Erwin v. Lyndon Southern Insurance Company et al
ORDER granting 18 Motion. Lyndon Southern is given up to and including 2/16/2018 to file a reply to Plaintiff Erwin's response to the pending motions for summary judgment. If plaintiff desires documents from Lyndon Southern, he should request the documents from Lyndon Southern and, simultaneously, request an extension of the 2/16/2018 deadline. Signed by Magistrate Judge Patricia S. Harris on 2/8/2018. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
NO. 3:17-cv-00333 JM/PSH
LYNDON SOUTHERN INSURANCE COMPANY
and SANTANDER CONSUMER USA
Defendant Lyndon Southern Insurance Company (“Lyndon Southern”) has filed
the pending motion for extension of time. See Docket Entry 18. To the extent the
motion need be addressed, it is granted.1 Lyndon Southern is given up to, and including,
February 16, 2018, to file a reply to plaintiff David Erwin’s response to the pending
motions for summary judgment.
Plaintiff has also filed a document that the Clerk of the Court has construed as
a Notice to the Court and Parties. See Docket Entry 19. In the document, plaintiff
requests documents from Lyndon Southern pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act
(“FOI”). The Court doubts that Lyndon Southern is subject to the requirements of the
FOI, and this case is not the proper forum for such a request. If plaintiff desires
documents from Lyndon Southern, he should request the documents from Lyndon
Southern and, simultaneously, request an extension of the February 16, 2018, deadline.
On January 26, 2018, the Court gave the parties up to, and including, February 16, 2018, to present all
materials that are pertinent to the defendants’ now motions for summary judgment.
IT IS SO ORDERED this 8th day of February, 2018.
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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