Mosby et al v. Williams
ORDER granting deft's 1 Motion to Withdraw Reference; the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court is directed to forward to this Court, all pleadings, motions, and other papers filed in A.P. Case No. 4:10-ap-01066, which will be filed as a civil case i n this Court and assigned directly to the undersigned judge; this Order should also be made a docket entry in the new civil case; re pltfs' 3 Motion to Dismiss Without Prejudice, or alternatively, for Extension of Time to Respond to the Motion for Summary Judgment, deft must respond to pltfs' motion to dismiss on or before 7/13/10; pltfs' reply due 7/20/10; the motion for extension of time is granted; the response to the motion for summary judgment will be due 10 days after the Court rules on the motion to dismiss. Signed by Chief Judge J. Leon Holmes on 7/6/10. (vjt)
Mosby et al v. Williams
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS WESTERN DIVISION JAKE MOSBY and FRANCES MARIE MOSBY v. No. 4:10MC00011 JLH DEFENDANT ORDE R In this miscellaneous case, the defendant has filed a motion to withdraw the reference pursuant to which the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas presides over the case of Jake Mosby and Frances Marie Mosby v. Joyce Williams, A.P. Case No. 4:10-ap-01066. The plaintiffs have responded and stated that they have no objection to the motion to withdraw the reference. The motion is therefore granted. Document #1. The Court directs that the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court forward to the Clerk of this Court all pleadings, motions, and other papers filed in A.P. Case No. 4:10-ap-01066, which will be filed as a civil case in this Court and assigned directly to the undersigned judge. This Order should also be made a docket entry in the new civil case. The plaintiffs have also stated that they seek to dismiss this matter without prejudice or, alternatively, they request an additional ten days extension after the Court rules on their motion to dismiss within which to file the response to the motion for summary judgment. The defendant must respond to the request to the motion to dismiss on or before July 13, 2010. If defendant objects to the motion to dismiss, plaintiffs' reply will be due on or before July 20, 2010. PLAINTIFFS
JOYCE WILLIAMS, Individually and in her Official Capacity
The motion for an extension of time within which to respond to the motion for summary judgment is granted. The response to the motion for summary judgment will be due ten days after the Court rules on the motion to dismiss. IT IS SO ORDERED this 6th day of July, 2010.
J. LEON HOLMES UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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