G.S.M, Inc. v. Schaumburg et al

Filing 6

ORDER granting 3 Motion to Remand to State Court. Signed by Judge Ivan L. R. Lemelle. (lag, )

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G.S.M, Inc. v. Schaumburg et al Doc. 6 Case 2:06-cv-06711-ILRL-DEK Document 6 Filed 11/29/2006 Page 1 of 2 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA G.S.M., INC. VERSUS ED SCHAUMBURG ET AL. ORDER AND REASONS Before the Court is Plaintiff's Motion Remand (Rec. Doc. No. 3). Local Rule 7.5E of the Eastern District of Louisiana requires CIVIL ACTION NO. 06-6711 SECTION "B"(5) that memoranda in opposition to a motion be filed and a copy be delivered to chambers eight days prior to the date set for hearing of the motion. No memorandum in opposition to the motion, set for Further, no one hearing on November 29, 2006 has been submitted. has filed a motion to continue the hearing or filed a motion for extension of time within which to oppose the motion. Accordingly, this motion is deemed to be unopposed, and, further, it appearing to the Court that the motion has merit, IT IS ORDERED that Plaintiff's Motion To Remand is GRANTED. A motion for reconsideration of this order based on the appropriate Federal Rule of Civil Procedure, if any, must be filed within thirty (30) days. The motion must be accompanied by an Because such a opposition memorandum to the original motion. motion would not have been necessary had a timely opposition memorandum been filed, the costs incurred in connection with the Dockets.Justia.com Case 2:06-cv-06711-ILRL-DEK Document 6 Filed 11/29/2006 Page 2 of 2 motion, including attorney's fees, will be assessed against the party moving for reconsideration. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 16, 83. A statement of costs conforming to Local Rule 54.3 shall be submitted by all parties desiring to be awarded costs and attorney's fees no later than eight (8) days prior to the hearing of the motion for reconsideration. New Orleans, Louisiana this 29th day of November, 2006. _______________________________ IVAN L.R. LEMELLE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 2

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