Thompson v. The Florida Bar

Filing 45

Plaintiff's MOTION for clarification of two court orders by John B. Thompson. Responses due by 8/27/2007 (Thompson, John)

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Thompson v. The Florida Bar Doc. 45 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA JOHN B. THOMPSON, Plaintiff, v. THE FLORIDA BAR and DAVA J. TUNIS, Defendants. Case No. 07-21256 (Judge Adalberto Jordan) PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST FOR CLARIFICATION FROM THE COURT COMES NOW plaintiff, John B. Thompson, hereinafter Thompson, as an attorney on his own behalf, and requests clarification from the court as to two of its orders, stating: 1. Thompson has today received an order from the court indicating that there will be a hearing on August 23 regarding the preliminary injunction he seeks. 2. Thompson has received another order indicating that he has until August 18 to respond to the defendants' summary judgment motions. 3. Thompson last week filed a motion for leave to file a second amended complaint which more clearly delineates what The Bar is doing wrong and why Thompson is entitled to relief in the form of a preliminary injunction. 4. Query, then: a) is Thompson to respond to the defendants' motion to dismiss/summary judgment re the old complaint, b) is the court going to grant his motion for leave to amend, and c) are we going to proceed on August 23 on the new complaint or the old one? Thompson needs to know so that he can prepare accordingly. He appreciates the court's help in this regard. 1 I CERTIFY that the foregoing has been sent to opposing counsel by the court's electronic filing system, this August 13, 2007. _____________________________ JOHN B. THOMPSON, Plaintiff Attorney, Florida Bar #231665 1172 South Dixie Hwy., Suite 111 Coral Gables, Florida 33146 Phone: 305-666-4366 2

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