Williams v. West Memphis School District et al
CONSENT ORDER OF DISMISSAL WITH PREJUDICE. This cause is dismissed with prejudice, with the parties to each bear their own discretionary costs. Court costs will be paid by Defendants and said cost bill can be forwarded to their attorney, Rebecca Adelman. Signed by Chief Judge Brian S. Miller on 2/6/2017. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
SHELLEY B. WILLIAMS, Ed.D.,
DOCKET NO.: 3:15-CV-00167-BSM
WEST MEMPHIS SCHOOL DISTRICT,
a Public Body Corporate,
JON COLLINS, in his individual and
official capacity as School Superintendent,
GHERIC BRUCE, RANDY CATT, GARY
MASNER, LISA PERRY, PHILLIP SORRELL,
RANDY SULLIVAN, and LESLIE WELLS,
individually and in their official capacities
as members of the BOARD OF EDUCATION
FOR THE WEST MEMPHIS SCHOOL
DISTRICT, a Public Body Corporate,
CONSENT ORDER OF DISMISSAL WITH PREJUDICE
COME NOW the parties, by and through counsel of record, and would show that all
things and matters in controversy have been resolved and that this cause should be dismissed in
its entirety with full and complete prejudice.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED BY THE COURT, by and
with the consent of the Plaintiff and Defendants that this cause be, and Defendants are hereby
dismissed with prejudice, with the parties to each bear their own discretionary costs. Court costs
will be paid by Defendants and said cost bill can be forwarded to their attorney, Rebecca
Adelman, Hagwood Adelman Tipton, PC, 647 South Main Street, Tennessee 38103.
IT IS SO ORDERED THIS 6th day of February 2017
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
APPROVED FOR ENTRY:
s/AUSTIN PORTER, JR.
Austin Porter, Jr., Esq.
Counsel for Plaintiff
Porter Law Firm
323 Center Street, Suite 1035
Little Rock, AR 72201
HAGWOOD ADELMAN TIPTON, PC
Rebecca Adelman, #92012
Counsel for Defendants
647 South Main Street
Memphis, TN 38103
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