US Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Simmons et al
ORDER granting 126 Motion to Lift Stay; FURTHER ORDERED that this matter is referred to the magistrate judge to schedule a status conference with the parties to determine how this matter should proceed. Signed by District Judge Robert J. Conrad, Jr on 6/24/2015. (Pro se litigant served by US Mail.)(eef)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
U.S. COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING
Keith F. Simmons, an individual; Black
Diamond Capital Solutions, L.L.C.; Black )
Diamond Holdings, L.L.C.; Deanna Salazar, an )
individual; Life Plus Group L.L.C.; Bryan )
Coats, an individual; Genesis Wealth )
Management, L.L.C.; Jonathan Davey, an )
individual; Divine Circulation Services, )
L.L.C.; Safe Harbor Ventures, Inc.; Safe )
Harbor Wealth Investments, Inc.; Divine )
Stewardship, L.L.C.; and Safe Harbor Wealth, )
Lawrence Salazar, an individual; Eco-Green, )
L.L.C.; Black Diamond Associates, L.L.C.; )
High South Realty, L.L.C.; The Gallery Group, )
L.L.C.; Coats Estate Planning Services, Inc.; )
Coats Wealth Management, Inc.; Sovereign )
Grace, Inc.; and Shiloh Estate, L.L.C.
Relief Defendants. )
DOCKET NO. 3:11-cv-00023-RJC
ORDER LIFTING STAY
THIS MATTER is before the Court on the motion of Plaintiff United States Commodity
Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), (Doc. No. 126), to lift the stay of discovery imposed by
the Court while related criminal cases were pending, (Doc. No. 69: Order).
Based on information in the motion and the consent of those parties responding to the
motion, (Doc. No. 127: Response of Claggett & Sons, Inc. and Shiloh Estate, L.L.C.), the Court
finds good cause to lift the stay.
IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that the CFTC’s motion, (Doc. No. 126), is
GRANTED and the previously imposed stay of discovery is lifted.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this matter is referred to the magistrate judge to
schedule a status conference with the parties to determine how this matter should proceed.
Signed: June 24, 2015
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