Thompson v. Thompson

Filing 51

ORDER STRIKING re 47 Response in Opposition to Motion. Signed by District Judge Debra M. Brown on 1/7/22. (jla)

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Case: 3:21-cv-00121-DMB-JMV Doc #: 51 Filed: 01/07/22 1 of 1 PageID #: 246 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI OXFORD DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF PARTITIONING THE PROPERTY OF SKYE DONALD DAYTON THOMPSON AND ROMY LYNN THOMPSON SKYE DONALD DAYTON THOMPSON PLAINTIFF V. NO. 3:21-CV-121-DMB-JMV ROMY LYNN THOMPSON DEFENDANT ORDER On December 22, 2021, Romy Lynn Thompson filed her response in opposition to the third-party defendants’ motion to dismiss. Doc. #47. However, Romy failed to file a memorandum brief as required by the Local Rules.1 See L.U. Civ. R. 7(b)(4) (“Counsel for respondent must … file a response and memorandum brief in support of the response.”). Additionally, Romy attached two exhibits to her response but failed to include “a meaningful description” as required. See L.U. Civ. R. 7(b)(2). Because of these procedural deficiencies, Romy’s response [47] is STRICKEN. Within fourteen (14) days of this order, Romy may refile her response, exhibits, and accompanying memorandum2 in accordance with the Local Rules. SO ORDERED, this 7th day of January, 2022. /s/Debra M. Brown UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 1 To the extent Romy considers the document she filed as her response to be her memorandum brief, exhibits should not have been attached to it. See L.U. Civ. R. 7(b)(2) (“All … exhibits … must be filed as exhibits to the motion, response or rebuttal to which they relate. The memorandum brief must be filed as a separate docket item from the motion or response and the exhibits.”). 2 The memorandum may include only those arguments contained in the original response.

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