Progress Solar Solutions, LLC v. Fire Protection, Inc. et al

Filing 147

ORDER granting 145 Motion to File 15-Page Brief. Sent to Mikel Bills at 11737 Belmont Place Chino, CA 91710 and Michael D Long at 3948 Legacy Drive Suite 106-155 Plano, TX 75023 via US Mail. Signed by District Judge James C. Dever III on 5/20/2020. (Sellers, N.)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA WESTERN DIVISION CIVIL ACTION NO. 5:17-CV-152-D PROGRESS SOLAR SOLUTIONS, LLC, Plaintiff, ~ FIRE PROTECTION, INC. dba FPI ENVIRONMENTAL; JOHN DOE, AS EXECUTOR OR ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE ESTATE OF NORMAN STEPHEN VAN VALKENBURGH, AND JEFFREY VAN VALKENBURGH, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE NORMAN STEPHEN VAN VALKENBURGH IRREVOCABLE LIVING TRUST; MIKEL BILLS; MICHAEL D. LONG; and SOLAR MOD SYSTEMS, INC., Defendants. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ORDER GRANTING LEAVE TO FILE 15-PAGE BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF MOTION FOR SANCTIONS This case comes before the Court on motion (D.E. 145) filed by Plaintiff Progress Solar Solutions, LLC ("Plaintiff'), for leave to file a proposed brief of more than ten pages in length in support of its motion for sanctions (D .E. 144) against defendant Mikel Bills or, in the event that leave is not granted, for an extension of time to file a shorter, supporting memoranda. The Court finds that good cause has been shown, and exercises its discretion pursuant to Local Civil Rule 1.1, E.D.N.C, to allow Plaintiffs motion for leave to file that brief that is attached to Plaintiff's underlying motion. The Court need not decide Plaintiff's alternative motion for an extension of time as that request is now moot. Plaintiff's proposed brief (D.E. 144-1) shall be considered part of the record on its motion for sanctions. Case 5:17-cv-00152-D Document 147 Filed 05/20/20 Page 1 of 2 SO ORDERED, this the ___1Q_ day of May, 2020. JAMES C. DEVER III United States District Judge 2 Case 5:17-cv-00152-D Document 147 Filed 05/20/20 Page 2 of 2

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