Leo Combat LLC v. United States Department of State et al
MINUTE ORDER granting 23 Motion for Leave To File a Reply in Support of Their Motion to Dismiss, and directing the Clerk of the Court to docket Defendant's Reply in Support of Motion to Dismiss, by Magistrate Judge Nina Y. Wang on 03/04/16.(nmarb, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 15-cv-02323-NYW
LEO COMBAT, LLC,
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE, and
JOHN FORBES KERRY, SECRETARY OF STATE,
Entered By Magistrate Judge Nina Y. Wang
This matter is before the court on Defendants’ Motion for Leave to File a Reply in
Support of Their Motion to Dismiss (the “Motion”). [#23, filed Mar. 3, 2016]. The court has
considered the Motion and Plaintiff’s Response in Opposition to Defendants’ Motion for Leave
to File a Reply (the “Response”) [#24]. The court notes that all parties had the opportunity to
seek leave of court to file replies in support of their respective dispositive motions. The court is
therefore unconvinced by Plaintiff’s argument that allowing Defendants leave to file the
proposed Reply in any way prejudices Plaintiff.
Plaintiff states in its Response that should the court grant Defendants’ Motion, Plaintiff
should also be granted leave to file a reply in support of their own Motion for Summary
Judgment. [#24 at 2]. The court will not grant such relief in the present Minute Order. If
Plaintiff has good cause to file a reply in support of their Motion for Summary Judgment, it may
file an appropriate motion, which includes the proposed reply and a statement of the reasons why
a reply is necessary.
Accordingly, the court hereby GRANTS Defendants’ Motion for Leave to File a Reply
in Support of Their Motion to Dismiss [#23] and directs the Clerk of Court to docket
Defendants’ Reply in Support of Motion to Dismiss.
DATED: March 4, 2016
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