Marks One Car Rental, Inc. v. Auto Club Group Insurance Company et al
ORDER GRANTING MOTIONS TO WITHDRAW (Docs. 246, 250) AND DISMISSING CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA AND STAYING PROCEEDINGS AND DENYING AS MOOT DISCOVERY MOTIONS (Docs. 191, 199). Signed by District Judge Avern Cohn. (MVer)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
MARKS ONE CAR RENTAL, INC., MARKS
ONE LLC, d/b/a/ MARKS ONE COLLISION,
and MAHER WAAD,
Case No. 13-14610
FARMERS INSURANCE EXCHANGE
CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY OF
HON. AVERN COHN
ORDER GRANTING MOTIONS TO WITHDRAW (Docs. 246, 250)
AND DISMISSING CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
AND STAYING PROCEEDINGS
AND DENYING AS MOOT DISCOVERY MOTIONS (Docs. 191, 199)
Plaintiffs Marks One Car Rental, Inc., Marks One, LLC, Marks One Collision, and
Maher Waad (Waad) sued several insurance companies alleging wrongdoing in the
manner in which defendants treated Waad and his businesses. Currently, only Citizens
Insurance Company of American (Citizens) and Farmers Insurance Exchange
(Farmers) remain as defendants.
Before the Court are motions to withdraw by plaintiff’s counsel. (Docs. 246, 250).
See also Docs. 255, 257. The matter was heard on March 9, 2017. This order
memorializes the Court’s rulings at the hearing.
The motions to withdraw are GRANTED. Plaintiffs have no counsel of
Plaintiffs shall have sixty (60) days in which to obtain new counsel. While
Maher Waad may chose to represent himself, Marks One Car Rental Inc.
and Marks One LLC must be represented by counsel. If the corporate
plaintiffs do not obtain counsel within 60 days, they will be dismissed.
Citizens is DISMISSED.
The Court will hold a status conference in 65 days.
Proceedings are STAYED until the status conference.
In light of these rulings, the pending discovery motions (Docs. 191, 199)
are DENIED AS MOOT.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
Dated: March 9, 2017
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