INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE v. MURPHY
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)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF MAINE
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE,
WILLIAM CHARLES MURPHY,
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.
DATED THIS 13TH DAY OF APRIL, 2017
/S/D. BROCK HORNBY
D. BROCK HORNBY
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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