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17-2214 - Central Bank of St. Louis v. NEC Amarillo Emergency Center LP et al


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17-2214 - Central Bank of St. Louis v. NEC Amarillo Emergency Center LP et al
October 30, 2017
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER. (See Full Order.) For the foregoing reasons, this Court finds it is in the best interest in the administration of justice to STAY the current proceedings in this Court until the Texas court rules on Central Bank's Special Appearance Objecting to Personal Jurisdiction. At that point, this Court will have a hearing concerning Neighbors' Motion to Dismiss or in the Alternative Transfer Venue to the Southern District of Texas 10. Signed by District Judge E. Richard Webber on 10/30/2017. (CBL)
March 2, 2018
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER. (See Full Order.) This Court further notes Defendants did not address the substantive arguments and analyses by Central Bank of St. Louis concerning the two recent opinions by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Instead, Defendants requested additional time to submit full briefing on these arguments. Defendants shall file such additional briefing no later than March 22, 2018. Central Bank of St. Louis shall have seven days thereafter to file a reply. Signed by District Judge E. Richard Webber on 3/2/2018. (CBL)
May 22, 2018
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER (See Full Order) Accordingly, this Court reasserts its findings in the March 2, 2018 order and GRANTS Plaintiff's Motion to Reconsider the Stay 23, effectively lifting the stay in this case. Defendants' Motion to Dismiss or in the Alternative Transfer Venue to the Southern District of Texas 10 was ruled moot on March 19, 2018, because of the pending stay in this matter, and this Court indicated Defendants would have leave to refile it should this Court lift the stay. Having lifted the stay in this case, this Court grants Defendants twenty days to file their motion to dismiss or transfer, including any updates they might add to their motion, and thereafter Plaintiff is given ten days to file a response. So ordered. Signed by District Judge E. Richard Webber on 5/22/18. (EAB)