In Re: Bishop et al
Recommendation that Bankruptcy Appeal be withdrawn from mandatory mediation. Signed by Judge Mary Pat Thynge on 1/17/17. (cak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
IN RE: Bishop
Romie David Bishop,
Federal National Mortgage Association,
C. A. No. 17-22-RGA
Bankruptcy Case No. 11-12338 BLS
AP No. 17-2
At Wilmington this 17th day of January, 2017.
WHEREAS, pursuant to paragraph 2(a) of the Procedures to Govern
Mediation of Appeals from the United States Bankruptcy Court for this District dated
September 11, 2012, a review of the docket in this matter occurred. This appeal is one
of many filed by the appellant in this court. In the prior matters, after discussion with
appellant and appellee’s counsel, neither side expressed an interest in mediation. In
the past, appellant’s stated preference is to proceed with the appeal.
An order was entered by the Honorable Richard G. Andrews on January 9, 2017
requiring appellant to complete the long IPF form application within the next twenty-one
(21) days. Should that form be completed and this appeal remain on the docket, it is
recommended that it be removed from the requirement for mandatory mediation. The
issues involved are not amenable to mediation and mediation at this stage would not be
a productive exercise, a worthwhile use of judicial resources nor warrant the expense of
THEREFORE, IT IS RECOMMENDED that, pursuant to paragraph 2(a)
Procedures to Govern Mediation of Appeals from the United States Bankruptcy Court
for this District and 28 U.S.C. § 636(b), this matter be withdrawn from the mandatory
referral for mediation and proceed through the appellate process of this Court. Through
this Recommendation, the parties are advise of their right to file objections this
Recommendation pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 636(b)(1)(B), FED. R. CIV. P. 72(a) and D.
DEL. LR 72.1.
Local counsel are obligated to inform out-of-state counsel of this
/s/ Mary Pat Thynge
Chief U.S. Magistrate Judge Mary Pat Thynge
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