Canale v. Hale et al
CONSENT ORDER Amending Scheduling Order, (Discovery due by 7/20/2010, Motions due by 7/20/2010, with the exception of motions in limine); Motions terminated: 38 Joint MOTION to Amend 21 Scheduling Order. Signed by Judge James M. Moody on 6/30/2010. (jct)
Canale v. Hale et al
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS JONESBORO DIVISION CHRISTOPHER W. CANALE VS. NO. 3:09cvOO105-JMM PLAINTIFF
JAMES C. HALE, III and BETTY HALE, HIS WIFE, MARK BELL and ELIZABETH B. BELL, HIS WIFE, DOROTHY S. WHEELER, INDIVIDUALLY and as TRUSTEE OF THE DOROTHY S. WHEELER REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST, THOMAS WHEELER, ANN WHEELER and THE ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT DEFENDANTS CONSENT ORDER AMENDING SCHEDULING ORDER
It appearing to this Court based upon the joint/agreed motion of the parties by and through counsel to extend certain dates in the current scheduling order and as these requests appear appropriate, IT IS THEREFORE, ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED as follows: 1. 2. All discovery will be completed on or by July 20, 2010. All motions, with the exception of the motions in limine, shall be filed on or before
July 20, 2010. Any party desiring to supplement a Motion for Summary Judgment with any information or documentation obtained in discovery should do so within 10 days after the July 20, 2010 cutoff date. 3. All other dates in the current scheduling order shall remain unchanged. _______________________________ Honorable James M. Moody United States District Court Judge Date: June 30, 2010.
Approved for Entry: ___/s/ William L. Bomar William L. Bomar (Ark. #87199) Attorney for Plaintiff
__/s/ Ralph Waddell Ralph Waddell (Ark. #85163) Attorney for Defendants Hale and Bell _/s/ J. Harmon Smith J. Harmon Smith (Ark. #96213) Attorney for St. Francis Levee District
4839-2508-0070, v. 1
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