Heartland Recreational Vehicles LLC v. Forest River Inc
ORDER REASSIGNING CASE. Case reassigned to Judge Theresa L Springmann for all further proceedings. Judge Allen Sharp no longer assigned to case. This order does not change the assignment of the Magistrate Judge or any previously scheduled deadlines, hearings or trial dates. Signed by Chief Judge Robert L Miller, Jr on 8/4/09. (saj)
H e a r t l a n d Recreational Vehicles LLC v. Forest River Inc
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA ORDER
Due to the passing of the Honorable Judge Allen Sharp, the Clerk is hereby directed to reassign the following cases from Judge Allen Sharp to Judge Theresa L. Springmann as the presider for all further proceedings: 3:08-cv-280-AS-CAN 3:08-cv-484-AS-CAN 3:08-cv-490-AS-CAN 3:08-cv-497-AS-CAN 4:06-cv-121-AS-APR 4:07-cv-79-AS 4:08-cv-27-AS-PRC 4:08-cv-55-AS-PRC 4:08-cv-59-AS-PRC 4:08-cv-84-AS-PRC 4:09-cv-9-AS-APR 4:09-cv-14-AS-PRC 4:09-cv-25-AS-PRC 4:09-cv-44-AS-APR 4:09-cv-52-AS-PRC Biomet Orthopedics, LLC v. Vaughan, et al Bayless v. Ancilla Domini College Heartland Recreational Vehicles, LLC v. Forest River, Inc. Jones v. Miami Correctional Facility, et al Williams v. Hainje, et al Nevitt v. Menard, Inc. Ramada Worldwide, Inc. v. Lafayette Hotel Partnership LP, et al American Casualty Company of Reading Pennsylvania v. Schilli Transportation Services, Inc., et al Holland v. Jefferson Pilot Financial Insurance Company, et al Miller v. Commissioner of Social Security Inman v. Wabash National Corporation Hines v. Temian, et al Paddack v. Life Insurance Company of North America ArrivalStar SA v. Dynamex, Inc., et al Byrd v. ConAgra Foods, Inc.
This order does not change the assignment of the Magistrate Judge or any previously scheduled deadlines, hearings or trial dates. IT IS SO ORDERED.
DATED: August 4, 2009
/s/ Robert L. Miller, Jr. Chief Judge, U.S. District Court N o r th e r n District of Indiana
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