Briggs v. Geico General Insurance Company

Filing 20

PROCEDURAL ORDER: denying without prejudice 7 Plaintiffs' MOTION to Certify Class and Memorandum Brief in Support; 8 MOTION for Leave to File a Third Amended Complaint and Jury Demand by Plaintiff; 10 Plaintiffs' MOTION for Consolidat ion Pursuant to C.R.C.P. 42(a); 11 Geico's MOTION for Clarification Regarding the Case Management Order and Motion for Protective Order and 13 Plaintiffs' supplemental motion for consolidation with Exhibits A and B. Exhibits C and D will be filed under seal under separate cover . Signed by Judge Robert E. Blackburn on 4/10/06. (dlb, )

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Briggs v. Geico General Insurance Company Doc. 20 Case 1:06-cv-00550-REB-MEH Document 20 Filed 04/10/2006 Page 1 of 2 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Judge Robert E. Blackburn Civil Action No. 06­cv­00550­REB­MEH LARRY BRIGGS, Plaintiff, v. GEICO GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY , Defendant. PROCEDURAL ORDER This case originated in the Boulder County District Court from which it has been removed to this court. This case is one case among many that were filed initially in state court, but removed to federal court. These cases have been assigned randomly among the judicial officers of this court. Unfortunately, the transfer of filings from the state system to the federal system has not been seamless. It is not clear whether all of the severed cases have now been removed or whether some remain in state court. While counsel have tried to mitigate the problem by tendering a CDROM purporting to contain an index, a set of preseverance papers, and a set of post-severance pleadings, the CDROM is cumbersome to use. It remains virtually impossible for the court and the clerk's office to know what Case 1:06-cv-00550-REB-MEH Document 20 Filed 04/10/2006 Page 2 of 2 matters are pending and what matters have been resolved. THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED as follows: 1. That all motions filed before removal of this case are DENIED without prejudice to re-filing, so that the motions can be filed electronically in this court's CM/ECF system and assigned docketing numbers; and 2. That plaintiff SHALL FILE FORTHWITH the currently operative complaint. Dated April 10, 2006, at Denver, Colorado. BY THE COURT: s/ Robert E. Blackburn Robert E. Blackburn United States District Judge -2-

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