USA, et al v. Vertac Chemical Corp, et al
ORDER reappointing Lee A. Thalheimer's appointment as Receiver for Vertac, nunc pro tunc, for a term running from August 1, 2002 until July 31, 2012. All counsel must register with the CM-ECF system in the Eastern District of Arkansas, if they have not already done so, by July 31, 2011. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 7/8/11. (kpr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ET AL.
Case No. 4:80-cv-109-DPM
CORPORATION, ET AL.
The Court held a status conference on 8 July 2011. In anticipation of the
conference, the parties began collaborating about a path to end the
receivership and terminate the consent decree. The prospects are promising.
The Court will hold another status conference at 2:00 p.m. on 20 October 2011.
It appears from the record that Lee A. Thalheimer's appointment as
Receiver for Vertac lapsed on 31 July 2002. Notwithstanding the lapse, his
actions between that date and today have been taken pursuant to, and
consistent with, authority previously granted by this Court. The Court
therefore ratifies those actions. Further, the Court reaffirms all orders about
the receivership entered during the lapse. And Mr. Thalheimer is reappointed
Receiver for Vertac, nunc pro tunc, for a term running from 1 August 2002
until 31 July 2012, with hopes that the receivership can be concluded sooner.
This case began long before electronic filing arrived in the Eastern
District of Arkansas. Many lawyers in this case are not registered with the
CM-ECF system. All counsel must therefore register if they have not already
done so. There is no registration fee. If you do not register, you will not
receive notices of electronic filing, nor will you receive hard copies of orders.
Counsel have until 31 July 2011 to complete this registration.
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