Coles v. Hahn
ORDER directing the Clerk to send copies of this Order and document nos. 46-51 to Coles at his new address in San Antonio, Texas; and all counsel are directed to notice the change of address filed by Coles on August 24, 2011, document no. 32. Coles has until January 6, 2012 to respond to the motion to dismiss, and reply to the response to his motion for summary judgment. The Court has received Baptist Health's request for a hearing on pending motions, but will wait to see if and how Coles responds before determining if a hearing is necessary. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 12/16/11. (Attachments: # 1 Document Letter)(kpr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
CECIL A. COLES
HERBERT L. HAHN, M.D., in his
official and individual capacities;
ORTHO ARKANSAS, P.A.; and
The Court was curious about why Coles had neither responded to
Baptist's motion to dismiss nor replied to Baptist's response in opposition to
his motion for summary judgment. The Court now understands why - the
certificates of service on these papers show that copies were sent to Coles's
old address in Maumelle, Arkansas. The Clerk is therefore directed to send
copies of this Order and Document Nos. 46-51 to Coles at his new address in
San Antonio, Texas; and all counsel are directed to the notice of change of
address filed by Coles on 24 August 2011, Document No. 32. In light of this
confusion, Coles has until 6 January 2012 to respond to the motion to dismiss,
Document No. 47, and reply to the response to his motion for summary
judgment, Document No. 49.
The Court also received Baptist Health's request for a hearing on the
pending motions via the attached letter. The Court will wait to see if and how
Coles responds and will review the papers before determining if a hearing is
D.P. Marshall Jr.
United States District Judge
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