Beeler Barney and Associates Masonry Contractors, Inc. v. Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America
ORDER granting 18 Motion to Consolidate Cases. The Clerk of Court is DIRECTED to modify the case caption in CM/ECF so that it reflects the arrangement of the parties and to note in CM/ECF that case 2:14-CV-21-F is consolidated with case 2:13-CV-64-F. All pleadings filed in 2:14-CV-21-F are deemed filed in 2:13-CV-64-F. Counsel should file all future pleadings solely in 2:13-CV-64-F. Signed by Senior Judge James C. Fox on 7/1/2014. (Edwards, S.)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
BEELER BARNEY AND ASSOCIATES )
MASONRY CONTRACTORS, INC., and )
LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY,
VETERAN CONSTRUCTORS, INC.,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, for
the use and benefit of BEELER BARNEY )
AND ASSOCIATES MASONRY
Third Party Plaintiff,
TRAVELERS CASUALTY AND
SURETY COMPANY OF AMERICA,
This matter is before the court on the parties' joint motion to consolidate cases [DE-18].
The motion is ALLOWED and this case is hereby CONSOLIDATED with case number 2:14CV-21-F. All pleadings filed in 2: 14-CV-21-F are hereby deemed filed in this case. Counsel
should file all future pleadings solely in this case (2: 13-CV -64-F). Solely for purposes of
identifying the parties in the case caption on future pleadings, the parties may use the
arrangement of the parties above. While Beeler Barney ("BBA") and Travelers are designated
third-party plaintiffs/defendants above, this arrangement is strictly for identification purposes
only and BBA's claims against Travelers are not limited to liability for all or part ofVeteran's
claims against BBA and/or Lex on. The Clerk of Court is DIRECTED to modify the case caption
in CM/ECF so that it reflects the above arrangement of the parties and to note in CM/ECF that
case 2:14-CV-21-F is consolidated with case 2:13-CV-64-F.
J!:. day of July, 2014.
Senior United States District Judge
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