Whitley v. Baptist Health et al
ORDER granting reluctantly 21 Motion to file sur-reply. Sur-reply due by 11/8/2016. The Court establishes the following rules for future briefing: No main brief shall exceed 20 pages, no reply brief shall exceed 10 pages, no new facts or arguments submitted on reply will be considered by the Court, no sur-replies will be allowed, and all briefs must be in 14-point font or larger, with a minimum of substantive footnotes. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 11/1/2016. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
BRIAN WHITLEY, Individually and
on Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated
BAPTIST HEALTH, BAPTIST HEALTH HOSPITALS,
DIAMOND RISK INSURANCE LLC, CONTINENTAL
CASUALTY COMPANY, ADMIRAL INSURANCE
COMPANY, ADMIRAL INDEMNITY COMPANY,
IRONSHORE INDEMNITY INC., and IRONSHORE
SPECIALTY INSURANCE COMPANY
Unopposed motion to file sur-reply, Ng 21, granted reluctantly.
Sur-reply due by 8 November 2016.
To better manage the case, the Court establishes the following rules for
future briefing. No main brief shall exceed twenty pages. No reply brief shall
exceed ten pages. No new facts or arguments submitted on reply will be
considered by the Court. No sur-replies will be allowed. All briefs must be
in 14-point font or larger, with a minimum of substantive footnotes.
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