United States Postal Service v. American Postal Workers Union, Miami Area Local (MAL) et al
ORDER denying as moot 91 Motion for Extension of Time; granting nunc pro tunc 93 Motion for Extension of Time; granting nunc pro tunc 98 Motion for Extension of Time; granting nunc pro tunc re 115 Joint MOTION to Stay Submission of Proposed Ju ry Instructions and Verdict Form ( Jury instructions and verdict forms on remaining claims due by 4/17/2009); granting nunc pro tunc 105 Motion for Extension of Time; denying as moot 109 Motion for Extension of Time to file reply. Signed by Judge Marcia G. Cooke on 3/31/09. (tm)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA MIAMI DIVISION CASE NO. 07-21682-CIV-COOKE/BANDSTRA UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Plaintiff, v. AMERICAN POSTAL WORKERS UNION, MIAMI AREA LOCAL et al., Defendants. _________________________________________/ ORDER GRANTING NUNC PRO TUNC IN PART AND DENYING IN PART MOTIONS FOR EXTENSION OF TIME THIS CAUSE comes before the Court upon the several motions for extension of time filed by the parties. [D.E. 91; 93; 98; 105; 109; 115]. The Court has fully considered the motions, the record herein, and is fully advised in the premises. Accordingly, it is hereby ORDERED AND ADJUDGED as follows: 1. The motions for extension of time [D.E. 93; 98; 105] and the motion to stay submission of the jury instructions and verdict form [D.E. 115] are GRANTED nunc pro tunc. 2. The motion for extension of time [D.E. 91] is DENIED as moot pursuant to the notice striking it [D.E. 92]. 3. The motion for extension of time to file a reply [D.E. 109] as to motion for summary judgment [D.E. 78; 79] is DENIED as moot per the order [D.E. 122] ruling on said motion. 4. The parties have up to and through April 17, 2009 to submit the jury instructions and verdict forms with respect to the remaining claims.
DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers, Miami, Florida, this 31st day of March 2009.
Copies furnished to: The Hon. Ted E. Bandstra Counsel of Record
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