Summerrow v. Chattanooga Boiler and Tank et al
ORDER: Mindful of the fact that Plaintiff Summerrow is now proceeding pro se, the Magistrate Judge GRANTS Plaintiff an extension of time to and including Wednesday, October 8, 2014, within which to file a response to the pending motion for summary judgment (Docket Entry No. 33). Signed by Magistrate Judge John S. Bryant on 9/10/2014. (xc:Pro se party by regular and certified mail.) (DOCKET TEXT SUMMARY ONLY-ATTORNEYS MUST OPEN THE PDF AND READ THE ORDER.) (ds)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE
CHATTANOOGA BOILER AND TANK,
and TOM SHULL and
MIKE McMINN, individually,
O R D E R
Defendants CBT Manufacturing, Inc., Tom Shull, and Mike
McMinn have filed their motion for summary judgment on May 20, 2014
(Docket Entry No. 33). Pursuant to the scheduling order in effect
in this case, a response to this motion for summary judgment was
due within 28 days of its filing, or by June 17, 2014 (Docket Entry
Defendants’ motion for summary judgment.
On June 17, 2014, Plaintiff’s counsel filed a motion to
withdraw as Plaintiff’s attorney, and to stay further proceedings
“until such time as Plaintiff chooses how to proceed with his
case.” (Docket Entry No. 34). By order entered on September 4,
2014, the Court granted Plaintiff’s counsel leave to withdraw, but
denied the request to stay proceedings in the case (Docket Entry
No. 39). The Court further ordered that Plaintiff should file any
recommendation (Docket Entry No. 38) by September 22, 2014.
Mindful of the fact that Plaintiff Summerrow is now
Plaintiff an extension of time to and including Wednesday, October
8, 2014, within which to file a response to the pending motion for
summary judgment (Docket Entry No. 33). The Clerk is directed to
mail a copy of this order to Plaintiff Summerrow at his address of
It is so ORDERED.
/s/ John S. Bryant
JOHN S. BRYANT
United States Magistrate Judge
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