Berry v. Davis et al
ORDER granting 27 Motion to Extend and Enlarge Scheduling order, and granting 28 Plaintiffs Motion to Substitute Party to the extent that J.W. Berry is added as a plaintiff as Co-administrator of Eric Berry's estate. Discovery deadline is e xtended until 8/1/2013 and dispositive motion deadline is extended to 8/8/2013. This matter is removed from the 9/9/13 trial docket and reset for a Bench Trial during the week of 11/4/2013 09:00 AM in Fort Smith -- 1st flr (Rm 1004) before Honorable Robert T. Dawson.). Signed by Honorable Robert T. Dawson on July 12, 2013. (sh)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
FORT SMITH DIVISION
CONNIE BERRY and J.W. BERRY, Individually
and as Co-Administrators of the
Estate of ERIC W. BERRY
CASE NO. 12-2269
BRANDON DAVIS and
THE CITY OF FORT SMITH
O R D E R
Now on this 12th day of July 2013, comes on for consideration
Plaintiffs’ Motion to Enlarge Scheduling Order (doc. 27) and Motion
to Permit Substitution of Parties (doc. 28). Also before the Court
are Defendants’ Responses (docs. 29-30).
The Court, being well and sufficiently advised, and for good
cause shown, finds Plaintiffs’ motion to enlarge Scheduling Order
(doc. 27) is well taken and should be GRANTED.
This matter is
removed from the September 9, 2013, trial docket and is reset for
Additionally, the discovery deadline is extended to August 1, 2013,
and the dispositive motion deadline is extended to August 8, 2013.
All other deadlines in the Final Scheduling Order are adjusted in
accordance with the new trial date.
Plaintiffs’ Motion to Permit Substitution of Parties (doc. 28)
is GRANTED to the extent that J.W. Berry is added as a plaintiff as
Co-administrator of Eric Berry’s estate.
Connie Berry remains as
IT IS SO ORDERED this 12th day of July 2013.
/s/ Robert T. Dawson
Honorable Robert T. Dawson
United States District Judge
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