Reimann v. Abbott et al
ORDER granting 47 Motion to Stay of pending deadlines. The Parties are ORDERED to notify the Court no later than sixty (60) days from the date of this Order of the status of the settlement, and if parties are unable to finalize the settlement, to include with the notice a proposed schedule for dispositive motions for the Court's approval. Signed by Chief Judge James C. Dever III on 9/12/2017. (Briggeman, N.)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
Civil Action No. 5:15-cv-644-D
TRAVIS ABBOTT, in his individual and
official capacity; THE TOWN OF
In the above-captioned action, Defendant Town of Selma, with the consent of all parties,
has notified the Court of a tentative settlement and requested that the Court allow the parties period
of sixty (60) days to finalize any potential lien interests in Plaintiffs recovery. To allow
finalization of the settlement, Defendant Town of Selma moved for a stay of pending deadlines,
including the deadline to file potentially dispositive motions, currently governed by this Court's
Scheduling Order of May 15, 2017 [DE 46]. All parties consent to the requested stay.
IT IS NOW ORDERED, for good cause shown, that this Court allows the Defendant's
request for a sixty (60) day period to finalize the parties' tentative settlement and hereby STAYS
all pending deadlines, including the deadline to file dispositive motions and motions governed by
the Scheduling Order. The Parties are ORDERED to notify the Court no later than sixty (60) days
from the date ofthis Order ofthe status ofthe settlement, and if parties are unable to finalize the
settlement, to include with the notice a proposed schedule for dispositive motions for the Court's
SO ORDERED, this the J.J:___ day of September, 2017.
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