Ceglia v. Zuckerberg et al
MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT re 267 MOTION to Strike Notice of Motion, 266 Memorandum/Brief Doc. No. 266 byPaul D. Ceglia. (Attachments: # 1 Certificate of Service)(Boland, Dean)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
PAUL D. CEGLIA,
Civil Action No. : 1:10-cv-00569-RJA
MOTION TO STRIKE DOC. NO.
MARK ELLIOT ZUCKERBERG, Individually, and
This court issued the following orders regarding briefing a variety of issues in
this case which the court set for hearing on December 13, 2011.
1. COURT ORDER Doc. No. 211 setting Defendant Response date to Doc. No. 188
and 198 at November 28, 2011 and Plaintiff Reply Date to December 8, 2011. No
extra briefing by either party authorized.
2. COURT ORDER Doc. No. 222 setting Plaintiff’s response date to Doc. No. 216 for
November 28, 2011 and Defendants reply date to December 8, 2011. No extra
briefing by either party authorized.
3. COURT ORDER Doc. No. 222 setting Defendants’ response date to Doc. No. 212
and 213 for November 28, 2011 and Plaintiff’s reply date to December 8, 2011.
No extra briefing by either party authorized.
4. COURT ORDER Doc. No. 251 setting Plaintiff’s response date to Doc. No. 243 for
December 12, 2011. No extra briefing by either party authorized.
In contravention of the letter and spirit of the above court orders, Defendants
filed Doc. No. 266 including arguments in response to Plaintiff’s reply to every
motion currently pending before the court.
Although Plaintiff has decisive responses, many of which the court has
reviewed in filed papers, and others that will now be reserved for oral argument
tomorrow, he declines to file a competing brief in an attempt to be permitted to have
the last brief on the motions he filed as the court’s orders required. Instead, he
respectfully requests this court strike Doc. No. 266 as it violates the court’s order.
Paul A. Argentieri
188 Main Street
Hornell, NY 14843
18123 Sloane Avenue
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
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