In re: William S. Dennen

Filing 19

ORDER Establishing Bankruptcy Appeal Briefing Requirements, by Judge Wiley Y. Daniel on 1/8/2016. (evana, )

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Senior Judge Wiley Y. Daniel Civil Action No. 15-cv-02194-WYD In Re: WILLIAM S. DENNEN, Debtor, WILLIAM S. DENNEN, Appellant, v. WILLIAM HORLBECK, and MADELINE DUNCAN, Appellees. ORDER ESTABLISHING BANKRUPTCY APPEAL BRIEFING REQUIREMENTS Daniel, J. This bankruptcy appeal was filed on October 2, 2015. The bankruptcy record on appeal was filed on December 15, 2015. Accordingly, the parties shall timely file their briefs under the schedule provided in Bankruptcy Rule 8018. Any motion for extension of these deadlines requires a showing of good cause, which must be established with particularity. The following DO NOT constitute good cause: agreement of counsel; inconvenience to counsel or the parties; press of business or a “heavy workload;” conflicts in scheduling (a fortiori, when more than one attorney has entered an appearance for a party); or practice as a solo practitioner. All briefs shall comply with all requirements of Bankruptcy Rule 8015 concerning form, length, and all other matters specified in Rule 8015. When referencing trial exhibits, the parties must attach copies to their brief. If the court finds it necessary to have original exhibits presented, it will issue an order. All filings with the United States District Court for the District of Colorado must be made electronically on the case management and electronic case filing system (CM/ECF) of the court, unless otherwise permitted by the Electronic Case Filing Procedures (Civil Cases) of the court. Those procedures are available on the website of the district court, Dated: January 8, 2016 BY THE COURT: /s/ Wiley Y. Daniel WILEY Y. DANIEL, SENIOR UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 2

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