United Financial Casualty Company v. L. et al
MINUTES signed by District Judge Leslie E. Kobayashi on 09/01/17. ORDERING J.M.L. to file a supplemental memorandum by 09/15/17 regarding any updates to the relevant factual and procedural background of the 23 Motion. This Court will rule on the Motion thereafter. Other than J.M.L.'s supplemental memorandum, no further briefing regarding the Motion will be considered unless the filing party obtains prior leave of Court. (Benson, A.)
2:16-cv-02098-LEK (USDC, Eastern District of California)
United Financial Casualty Company vs. JML, et al.
ATTYS FOR PLA:
ATTYS FOR DEFT:
Leslie E. Kobayashi
COURT ACTION: EO: COURT ORDER DIRECTING DEFENDANT J.M.L. TO FILE
UPDATE REGARDING THE MOTION TO STAY OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE
DISMISS THIS ACTION
On November 22, 2016, Defendant J.M.L., a minor, by and through her Guardian
ad Litem, Michelle Rogers (“J.M.L.”), filed a Motion to Stay or in the Alternative
Dismiss this Action (“Motion”). [Dkt. no. 23.] On February 23, 2017, this Court issued
an Entering Order (“2/23/17 EO”) reserving ruling on the Motion until all of the new
defendants named in Plaintiff United Financial Casualty Company’s (“United Financial”)
First Amended Complaint for Declaratory Relief (“First Amended Complaint”) were
served and had an opportunity to respond to J.M.L.’s Motion. [Dkt. nos. 28 (First
Amended Complaint), 31 (2/23/17 EO).]
On August 31, 2017, United Financial filed a notice stating that it has complied
with the 2/23/17 EO (“Notice”). [Dkt. no. 61.] According to the Notice, each defendant
named in the First Amended Complaint has either filed an answer or had default entered
against it. Thus, each defendant had the opportunity to respond to the Motion.
This Court ORDERS J.M.L. to file a supplemental memorandum regarding any
updates to the relevant factual and procedural background of the Motion. J.M.L. must file
the supplemental memorandum by September 15, 2017. This Court will rule on the
Other than J.M.L.’s supplemental memorandum, no further briefing regarding the
Motion will be considered unless the filing party obtains prior leave of Court.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Submitted by: Warren N. Nakamura, Courtroom Manager
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