Bell et al v. Tri-State Careflight, LLC et al
ORDER by District Judge Kenneth J. Gonzales granting 11 Unopposed Motion to transfer Related Case to Honorable James O. Browning. (tah)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO
KRISTY BELL, et al.,
TRI-STATE CAREFLIGHT, LLC, and
BLAKE A. STAMPER, Individually,
STIPULATED ORDER GRANTING
DEFENDANTS’ MOTION TO TRANSFER RELATED
CASE TO HONORABLE JAMES O. BROWNING
This matter comes before the Court on Defendants’ Motion to Transfer Related Case to
Honorable James O. Browning (Doc. No. 11, filed Sept. 26, 2017), which requested that this
Court transfer the above-captioned case to Judge Browning, who has been presiding over the
related case of Bastian v. Tri-State Careflight, LLC and Blake A. Stamper, 1:14-CV-1044-JBKBM (“Bastian”). Since the filing of that Motion, Judge Browning has entered a Memorandum
Opinion and Order in Bastian granting a Motion to Intervene and Supplemental Motion to
Intervene. Bastian Mem. Op. and Order (Doc. No. 175, filed September 30, 2017). In light of
Judge Browning’s order, Plaintiffs do not oppose the instant motion.
Having considered the motion and Judge Browning’s order allowing intervention, and
noting that the motion is now unopposed, the Court finds that motion is well-taken and should be
GRANTED. Accordingly, pursuant to Rule 42 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, IT IS
HEREBY ORDERED that the above captioned case be transferred to the Honorable James O.
Browning, who shall preside over all future proceedings.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
RODEY, DICKASON, SLOAN, AKIN & ROBB, P.A.
/s/ Jeffrey L. Lowry
Charles J. Vigil
Jeffrey L. Lowry
Post Office Box 1888
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87103
Telephone: (505) 765-5900
Attorneys for Defendants
MOODY & WARNER, P.C.
Electronically Approved on 10/04/2017
Christopher M. Moody
Repps D. Stanford
4169 Montgomery Blvd., NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Telephone: (505) 944-0033
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
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