Brown v. Sullivan et al

Filing 84

ORDER directing the parties to file responses to the motions for summary judgment within 14 days - re 57 54 66 . (Compliance due by 7/13/2017). Signed by Chief Judge J. Randal Hall on 6/29/17. (cmr)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA AUGUSTA DIVISION BRANDON BROWN, Plaintiff, * v. CV SAMUEL SULLIVAN, individually and as acting President of Paine College, and 115-035 * * PAINE COLLEGE, * Defendants. ORDER This of case was South Carolina then, both briefs, their transferred under sides have Defendants arguments. § 1404(a), the 28 to U.S.C. moved this from § 1404(a). for summary primarily rely But a when Court on court transferee court must the (Doc. 18.) judgment. Georgia law transfers "apply the a District Since In to their support case under state law that would have been applied if there had been no change of venue." Van Dusen v. this under case was Barrack, 376 U.S. transferred § 1404(a), the Court from will 612, the 639 (1964). District apply South of Thus, South Carolina deciding the parties' motions for summary judgment. because Carolina law when Accordingly, the briefs as follows. parties are instructed to refile their Within 14 days from the date of this order, Defendants must file a consolidated brief in support of their motion motion for for summary judgment summary and opposition and judgment, in Plaintiff to Plaintiff's must file a consolidated brief in support his motion for summary judgment and in opposition to These briefs should, law. They assume that should the as noted, also Court deciding the parties' Defendants' be will motion for summary judgment. apply appropriate South Carolina comprehensive: the parties rely primarily on these should briefs when motions. ORDER ENTERED at Augusta, Georgia this s>?/^ day of June, 2017. J. M^j HAL^; CHIEF JUDGE UNITEpSTATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA

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