United States of America
ORDER; re: 1 Motion for Stay of Deadlines in Social Security Cases. The Court finds that a partial stay is appropriate, as set forth. Signed by Honorable P. K. Holmes, III on October 11, 2013. (lw)
WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
MISCELLANEOUS CASE NO 2:13MC43
Currently before the Court, is a Motion for Stay of Deadlines in Social Security
United States Attorney for
I), filed by
on behalf of
Court has reviewed this motion and finds that a partial stay is appropriate in light of the
lapse in appropriations to the Department of
has not been completed, are hereby
Security cases pending in the Western District
All deadlines, response dates,
or cut-off dates
pending in the Western District ofArkansas are hereby STAYED
a period oftime commensurate
in appropriations with the addition of fourteen (14) days.
expiration of the stay, the presiding or referral
case may set new briefing deadlines,
not prohibit, in any manner, the ability of parties to file claims or
Social Security Administration. However, any case commenced while
there is a lapse in appropriations will
immediately stayed, pending restoration of appropriations.
Any party may seek relief from this temporary stay for good cause shown in a
The Clerk of Court is directed to distri bute this Order (a) by electronic notification
to all registered CM/ECF users; (b) by first-class mail to pro se litigants in Social Security cases; and
( c) by posting the Order on the Court's public website.
The United States Attorney is directed to notify the Court when appropriations are
restored to the Department of Justice and the Social Security Administration.
IT IS SO ORDERED this 11th day of October 2013.
P. K. HOLMES, III
CHIEF UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
US DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DIST ARKANSAS
OCT 1 1 2013
CHRIS R. JOHNSON, Clerk
Deputy O e:rk
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