Perritt et al v. The Cupcakery, et al

Filing 41

ORDER GRANTING 34 Motion for Extension of Time to File Response/Reply to 24 Motion to Transfer Venue. It is ORDERED that Ms. Jenkins shall present for a deposition within 30 days from the signing of this order, to be held in Las Vegas. It is further ORDERED that the deadline for Plaintiffs to respond to Defendants' Motion to Transfer Venue is hereby extended until 14 days after Plaintiffs receive the transcript of Ms. Jenkins' deposition. Signed by Magistrate Judge Amos L. Mazzant on 3/11/2011. (baf, )

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Perritt et al v. The Cupcakery, et al Doc. 41 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS SHERMAN DIVISION RICKY B. PERRITT, Individually; THE CUPCAKERY, LLC, a Texas Limited Liability Company; BUSTER BAKING, LLC, a Texas Limited Liability Company; THE WOODLANDS BAKING, LLC, a Texas Limited Liability Company; CUSTOM VERSION CORPORATION, a Texas Corporation Plaintiffs, v. PAMELA F. JENKINS, Individually; and THE CUPCAKERY LLC, a Nevada Limited Liability Company Defendants. Civil Action No. 4:11-CV-23 ORDER Before the Court is Plaintiffs' Emergency Motion for Extension of Deadline to Respond to Motion to Transfer Venue (Dkt. #34). Having considered the parties' submissions on the matter, the Court hereby GRANTS the Motion. It is hereby ORDERED that Ms. Jenkins shall present for a deposition within thirty (30) days from the signing of this order, to be held in Las Vegas. The deposition shall be limited to . venue facts and shall not exceed two (2) hours in length. It is further ORDERED that the deadline for Plaintiffs to respond to Defendants' Motion to Transfer Venue is hereby extended through and until fourteen (14) days after Plaintiffs receive the transcript of Ms. Jenkins' deposition. SIGNED this 11th day of March, 2011. ___________________________________ Dockets.Justia.com

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