Filing 12

ORDER ON BANKRUPTCY APPEAL re: 1 Bankruptcy Appeal; 5 Motion for Certification for Direct Appeal to First Circuit; 11 Motion to Extend Time By JUDGE D. BROCK HORNBY. (mjlt)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF MAINE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, APPELLANT V. WILLIAM CHARLES MURPHY, APPELLEE ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) CIVIL NO. 2:17-CV-17-DBH ORDER ON BANKRUPTCY APPEAL Upon the parties’ joint request pursuant to their Agreement Modifying Settlement Agreement as to Damages (with Certain Rights Reserved) (ECF No. 81, ¶ 4) attached as Exhibit 1 to Appellee’s Opposition to Appellant’s Request for Certification of Direct Appeal (ECF No. 8), and without the need for any briefing or argument, I hereby summarily AFFIRM the Amended Final Judgment entered by the bankruptcy court on January 4, 2017, Murphy v. Internal Revenue Service, Ch. 7 Case No. 05-22363, Adv. No. 11-2020 (ECF No. 283). I do so based upon my September 7, 2016, Decision and Order on Bankruptcy Appeal when the case was last before this court, Internal Revenue Service v. Murphy, 2:16-cv-08-DBH (ECF No. 19). The Clerk shall enter judgment accordingly. As a result, the IRS’s Request for Certification for Direct Appeal to First Circuit Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 158(d) and Bankruptcy Rule 8006 (ECF No. 5) is MOOT. The Unopposed Request to Extend Briefing Schedule (ECF No. 11) is also MOOT. SO ORDERED. DATED THIS 13TH DAY OF APRIL, 2017 /S/D. BROCK HORNBY D. BROCK HORNBY UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

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