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07-115 - Fidelity&Deposit Company of Maryland v. Jemcoat, Inc. et al


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07-115 - Fidelity&Deposit Company of Maryland v. Jemcoat, Inc. et al
April 10, 2008
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ORDER, that good cause having been shown, and with the consent of Mr. Ocuto, 53&54 Motion to Withdraw as Attorney is granted-Attorney George H. Sallaway terminated; Mr. Sallaway is to serve a copy of this order upon his former clients and to file and affidavit of service; the defendant's motion 58 is stricken for failure to comply with this Court's Local Rules; and the defendant's purported pleadings 45, 46, 47, and 48 are stricken largely for the reasons stated in Mr. Friedman's 59 letter of April 7, 2008. Signed by Magistrate Judge George H. Lowe on 4/10/08. (mnm)
May 27, 2008
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ORDER -- that on or before June 11, 2008, Mr. Ocuto will file his response to 64 First MOTION to Amend, and the Court will defer consideration of plaintiff's motion 60 MOTION for Sanctions, until June 24, 2008, by that date, Mr. Friedman is to advise the Court as to whether Mr. Ocuto has fully responded to plaintiff's Information Subpoena [60-4]; and Mr. Ocuto's request for a stay of thirty days is denied. Pro se litigants are not permitted access to electronic case filing, therefore, Mr. Ocuto's request for such access is denied; however, pro se litigants may view and print filed documents by registering for PACER. (Objections to Motion 64 due by 6/11/2008. Signed by Magistrate Judge George H. Lowe on 5/27/08. Non-electronic parties served via USPS. (mnm)