Jemiki Properties, LLP v. Premier Realty Management, LLC
ORDER that counsel for the respective parties file the CIAC and a proposed Pretrial Order not later than the close of business on Friday, October 9, 2009. Signed by Magistrate Judge Dennis Howell on October 6, 2009. (jhg)
I N THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT F O R THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA A S H E V IL L E DIVISION 1 :0 9 cv 2 2 8 J E M I K I PROPERTIES, LLP, ) ) P la in t if f, ) ) V s. ) ) P R E M I E R REALTY MANAGEMENT, ) LLC, ) ) D efen d an t. ) _______________________________ )
T H I S MATTER is before the court on review of the docket for compliance w ith the Local Civil Rules and the instructions of the Clerk of this Court. On S e p te m b e r 8, 2009, the Clerk of this court advised as follows: N O T I C E pursuant to Local Rule 16.1 you are required to conduct an In itia l Attorney's Conference. At the conference, the parties are required to discuss the issue of consent to jurisdiction of a magistrate judge in a c c o rd a n c e with Local Rules 16.1(A) and 73.1(C). The Certificate of In itia l Attorneys Conference should be filed within 5 days of the c o n f ere n c e. If appropriate, a party may file a Motion to Stay the Initial A tto rn e y 's Conference. (jhg) (Entered: 09/08/2009) T h i s notice has gone unheeded. Local Civil Rule 16.1 requires the IAC to be c o n d u c te d within 14 days of joinder of issues on September 8, 2009, and that the C IA C be filed with the court within 5 days of such conference. At the latest, the C IA C was due to be filed September 28, 2009. More than a week has passed since s u c h deadline ran, and no CIAC has been filed. Counsel shall immediately bring this a c tio n into compliance with the Local Civil Rules.
ORDER I T IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that counsel for the respective parties file th e CIAC and a proposed Pretrial Order not later than the close of business on Friday, O c to b e r 9, 2009.
Signed: October 6, 2009
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