AMERGEN ENERGY COMPANY, LLC v. USA
ORDER granting 103 Motion to Stay. Immediately upon restoration of appropriations to the DOJ, the parties shall CONFER and, as soon as practicablethereafter, shall FILE a Status Report setting forth an agreed upondeadline for the filing of defendants response to plaintiffs Motion toMaintain Certain Filings Under Seal before the court in this matter. Signed by Judge Lynn J. Bush. (TQ) Copy to parties.
In the United States Court of Federal Claims
No. 09-108 T
(Filed October 11, 2013)
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AMERGEN ENERGY CO., LLC by *
and through EXELON GENERATION *
CO., LLC, tax matters partner,
THE UNITED STATES,
On October 10, 2013, defendant filed a Motion for a Stay of Briefing in
Light of Lapse of Appropriations. Based on the lapse in appropriations to the
Department of Justice as of September 30, 2013, the government requests “a stay
of briefing of plaintiff’s Motion to Maintain Certain Filings Under Seal.” The
government further requests that “all current deadlines for the parties regarding
plaintiff’s Motion to Maintain Certain Filings Under Seal be extended
commensurate with the duration of the lapse in appropriations.”
Defendant states that plaintiff has no objection to defendant’s motion. For
good cause shown, the court grants defendant’s request.
Accordingly, it is hereby ORDERED that:
Defendant’s Motion for a Stay of Briefing in Light of Lapse of
Appropriations, filed October 10, 2013, is GRANTED; and
Immediately upon restoration of appropriations to the Department of
Justice, the parties shall CONFER and, as soon as practicable
thereafter, shall FILE a Status Report setting forth an agreed upon
deadline for the filing of defendant’s response to plaintiff’s Motion to
Maintain Certain Filings Under Seal before the court in this matter.
/s/Lynn J. Bush
LYNN J. BUSH
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