McAllister v. Malfitano et al
ORDER denying 11 Motion for Default Judgment; staying 17 Motion to Produce. Plaintiff has until August 28, 2017 to file proof of service concerning Selogy. Signed by Chief Judge James C. Dever III on 8/14/2017. (Briggeman, N.)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
JOHN D. MCALLISTER,
TIM MALFITANO, and
• DETECTIVE SELOGY,
On April1, 2017, plaintiff John D. McAllister ("McAllister" or "plaintiff'), appearing pro
se, filed his complaint [D.E. 1]. On April 7, 2017, McAllister submitted civil summonses for
[D.E. 5], and the clerk issued the summonses [D.E. 6] and notified plaintiff of his
responsibility to serve the summons and complaint on each defendant [D.E. 7].
On May 22, 2017, McAllister filed a motion for default judgment against defendant Tim
Malfitano [D.E. 11]. On May 31,2017, Malfitano filed a waiver of service of summons [D.E. 15]
and responded to McAllister's motion for default judgment [D.E. 14]. On June 13, 2017, McAllister
.··replied [D.E. 16] and filed a motion to produce documents [D.E. 17]. On July 5, 2017, Wendy L.
Greene, of The Law Office of Wendy Greene, filed a notice of appearance on behalf of McAllister
[D.E. 19]. On July 6, 2017, Malfitano answered the complaint [D.E. 20].
The court has reviewed the entire record. McAllister's motion for default judgment [D.E.
.11] is denied. McAllister's motion to produce documents [D.E. 17] is stayed pending the parties'
Rule 26(f) conference and this court's entry of a scheduling order.
Plaintiff has not demonstrated that he ever served defendant Steven A. Selogy. Plaintiff
must file proof of proper service on Selogy by August 28, 2017.
In sum, McAllister's motion for default judgment [D.E. 11] is DENIED, McAllister's motion
to produce documents [D.E. 17] is STAYED, and plaintiff has until August 28, 2017 to file proof
.of service concerning Selogy.
SO ORDERED. This
liJ- day of August 2017.
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