Carloni v. McDougal

Filing 25

ORDER denying 20 Motion for Judgment. Signed by Judge Jennifer A. Dorsey on 10/10/2017. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - JM)

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1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 2 DISTRICT OF NEVADA 3 2:17-cv-01917-JAD-GWF 4 Adam Carloni, 5 Plaintiff Order [ECF No. 20] 6 v. 7 Shane McDougal, 8 Defendant 9 10 On September 27, 2017, plaintiff Adam Carloni filed a document entitled “Enforcement 11 of Evidence to Motion for Judgement on One Subject-Matter.”1 The document was docketed as 12 a motion for judgment, but it does not appear to seek any relief from the court. Accordingly, to 13 the extent that the “Enforcement of Evidence to Motion for Judgement on One Subject-Matter” is 14 intended as a motion [ECF No. 20], IT IS DENIED. Plaintiff Carloni is cautioned that any 15 request for relief must be styled as a motion that clearly describes the action that the movant 16 desires the court to take. To the extent that this document was intended instead as a supplement 17 to the plaintiff’s opposition to the motion to dismiss,2 he is advised that he has already filed an 18 opposition,3 and supplemental oppositions are not permitted without leave of court. See Local 19 Rule 7-2(g) (“Supplementation prohibited without leave of court. A party may not file 20 supplemental pleadings, briefs, authorities, or evidence without leave of court granted for good 21 cause. The judge may strike supplemental filings made without leave of court.”). 22 DATED: October 10, 2017. 23 _______________________________ _______________ _ __ _ _ __ __ __ U.S. District Judge Jennifer A. Dorsey t Judge Jennifer A udg f 24 25 1 ECF No. 20. 2 ECF No. 3. 3 ECF No. 9. 26 27 28

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