Chatt et al v. West Memphis Arkansas, City of et al
ORDER granting 15 MOTION to Withdraw by Don Trimble as Attorney for Plaintiffs; granting 14 Plaintiffs' MOTION for Extension of Time to Complete Discovery to the extent that the parties have until 5/18/09 in which to complete discovery. The Court hereby directs remaining counsel for Plaintiffs, Javier Bailey, who has been admitted to appear pro hac vice, to provide the Court with the name, address & telephone number of local counsel with whom the Court may communicate regarding this case. Signed by Judge Susan Webber Wright on 5/12/09. (jct)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS JONESBORO DIVISION * * * * * * * * * * * Order
ROSIE MAE CHATT, ET AL., Plaintiffs, VS. CITY OF WEST MEMPHIS, ET AL., Defendants.
NO: 3:08CV0096 SWW
Before the Court is a motion to withdraw filed by Don Trimble, co-counsel for plaintiff. The motion [docket entry 14] is granted. The Court hereby directs remaining counsel, Javier Bailey, who has been admitted to appear pro hac vice, to provide the Court with the name, address, and telephone number of local counsel with whom the court may communicate regarding this case. See Local Rule 83.5(d).1 Also before the Court is plaintiff's motion for an extension of the discovery deadline to which there has been no timely response. The motion [docket entry 14] is granted to the extent that the parties have until May 18, 2009, in which to complete discovery. SO ORDERED this 12th day of May, 2009.
/s/Susan Webber Wright UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
An application for admission pro hac vice "shall designate a member of the Bar of these Courts who maintains an office in Arkansas for the practice of law with whom the court and opposing counsel may readily communicate regarding the conduct of the case. There shall also be filed with such application the address and telephone number of the named designee."
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