White v. Caterpillar, Inc.
ORDER denying 39 Revised Motion for Default Judgment, denying 41 Motion for Mediation Conference and denying 46 Motion for Settlement Conference. The Plaintiff's motions [DE-39, -41, -46] are all frivolous, they are all DENIED, and the plaintiff is cautioned that further vexatious motions practice such as this may result in monetary sanctions being imposed against him. Signed by Senior Judge James C. Fox on 9/2/2014. Copy sent to plaintiff via US Mail. (Grady, B.)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
ANTHONY E. WHITE,
This matter is before the court on the pro se Plaintiffs revised motion for default
judgment [DE-39], and his motions for settlement conference [DE-41, -46]. The court has
already explained to the Plaintiff why default judgment is not appropriate in this case. See Order
[DE-38]. With respect to the motions for settlement conference, the Plaintiff has failed to
comply with the court's local rules requiring that civil motions be accompanied by a
memorandum of law in support ofthe motion. Local Civ. R 7.1. Moreover, the motions
themselves all simply request that the court order a settlement conference, without any attempt by
the Plaintiff to show the legal or factual basis justifying the requested relief. The Plaintiffs
motions [DE-39, -41, -46] are all frivolous, they are all DENIED, and the plaintiff is cautioned
that further vexatious motions practice such as this may result in monetary sanctions being
imposed against him.
This the J..
day of September, 2014.
S C. FOX
Senior United States District Judge
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