Spreadbury v. Bitterroot Public Library et al

Filing 190

NOTICE by Lee Enterprises Incorporated NOTICE OF STAY PENDING BANKRUPTCY COURT PROCEEDINGS (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A) (Smith, Jeffrey)

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Anita Harper Poe Jeffrey B. Smith GARLINGTON, LOHN & ROBINSON, PLLP 350 Ryman Street. P. O. Box 7909 Missoula, MT 59807 -7909 Telephone (a06) 523-2500 Telefax (406) 523-2595 ahpoe@garlington.com j bsm ith@garlington.com Attorneys for Defendant, Lee Enterprises, Inc. IN TFIE LINITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR TI{E DISTRICT OF MONTANA MISSOULA DIVISION MICHAEL E. SPREADBURY, Cause No. CV-l 1-064-M-DWM Plaintiff. NOTICE OF STAY PENDING BANKRUPTCY COURT PROCEEDINGS V. BITTERROOT PUBLIC LIBRARY. CITY OF HAMILTON, LEE ENTERPRISES, INC., and BOONE KARLBERG P.C.. Defendants. COMES NOW Co-Defendant, Lee Enterprises, Inc. ("Lee Enterprises"), through its counsel, Garlington, Lohn & Robinson, PLLP, and hereby notifies the Court that a bankruptcy case concerning Lee Enterprises has been filed under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, entered on December 12,2011. See I 092930 Exhibit A: Not. Bankr. Case Filing (Dec. 12,20ll). DATED this 13th dav of December. 2011. lsl Jeffrev B. Smith Attorneys for Defendant, Lee Enterprises, Inc. l 092930 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I hereby certiff that on December 13,2011, a copy of the foregoing document was served on the following persons by the following means: I. 3 2 CIU/ECF Hand Delivery Mail Overnight Delivery Service Fax E-Mail 1. Clerk, U.S. District Court 2 Michael E. Spreadbury P.O. Box 416 Hamilton, MT 59840 Pro Se Plaintiff 3. William L. Crowley Natasha Prinzing Jones Thomas J. Leonard bcrowley @boonekarlberg. com npj ones@boonekarlberg. com tleonard@boonekarlberg. com Attorneys for Defendants Bitterroot Public Library, City of Hamilton, and Boone Karlberg P.C. lsl Jeffiey B. Smith Attorneys for Defendant, Lee Enterprises, Inc. 1092930

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