Eoff v. Environmental Protection Agency et al

Filing 46

ORDER granting 38 Motion to Stay Defendant's Counterclaim. Defendants' 41 Motion to Stay is denied. The 32 Final Scheduling Order is suspended. Eoff's motion for judgment due 11 July 2014. Defendants' response due 15 August 2014. Eoff's reply due 29 August 2014. The parties should promptly notify the Court by joint report about any material development in the criminal investigation. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 6/12/2014. (jak)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS WESTERN DIVISION DANEOFF v. PLAINTIFF No. 4:13-cv-368-DPM ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY and GINA MCCARTHY, in her official capacity as Administrator of the EPA DEFENDANTS ORDER For the reasons stated on the record at today' s telephone conference, parties' joint motion to stay defendants' counterclaim, N2 38, is granted; and defendants' motion to stay Eoff' s Administrative Procedure Act claim, N2 41, is denied. The Final Scheduling Order, N2 32, is suspended. But the parties should follow the dispositive motion guidelines in that Order. Eoff' s motion for judgment due 11 July 2014. Defendants' response due 15 August 2014. Eoff's reply due 29 August 2014. The parties should promptly notify the Court by joint report about any material development in the criminal investigation. So Ordered. D.P. Marshall Jr. t1 United States District Judge -2-

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