Croslen v. City of Savannah, Georgia et al

Filing 60

ORDER dismissing as moot 49 Motion for Summary Judgment; dismissing as moot 51 Motion for Extension of Time; dismissing as moot 52 Motion for Extension of Time to File Response; dismissing as moot 54 Motion for Leave to File Excess Pages; gra nting 58 Motion to Reopen Case; granting 58 Motion for Leave to File. Defendant shall have thirty days from the date of this order to file a new motion for summary judgment. The normal briefing deadlines for responses and replies shall apply. Signed by Judge William T. Moore, Jr on 10/3/17. (loh)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA SAVANNAH DIVISION JEFFREY CROSLEN, Plaintiff, CASE NO. CV414-143 V. CHIEF CHARLES G. MIDDLETON, individually and in his official capacity as Fire U. B,DISTRICT COURT Southern DIetrlct of GA Chief of Savannah, and MAYOR ^ed In Office AND ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF SAVANNAH, Deputy Clerk Defendants. ORDER Before the Court is Plaintiff Jeffrey Croslen's Motion to Re-Open Case. (Doc. 58.) In this motion. Plaintiff asks the Court to reopen this case, which was stayed (Doc. 57) at the parties' Eleventh Slater request Circuit v. U.S. Court on of Steel Corp., January 5, 2017 pending Appeals' en banc decision No. 12-15548 (11th the in Cir. Aug. 30, 2016). (Doc. 58 at 1.) Also, Plaintiff requests that the Court entertain additional briefing necessitated by the Eleventh Circuit's decision in Slater. (Id.) Defendants do not oppose Plaintiff's request. (Doc. 59.) After careful consideration. Plaintiff's motion is GRANTED and the Clerk of Court is DIRECTED to reopen this case. Defendants SHALL have thirty days from the date of

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