NWI Consulting, LLC v. Ragab (TV1)
||NWI Consulting, LLC
||Abdel Fattah Ragab
||May 20, 2013
||Tennessee Eastern District Court
||H Bruce Guyton
||Thomas A Varlan
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|September 17, 2013
ORDER granting 11 Motion for Extension of Time to File Response/Reply. The Court will afford Mr. Ragab a brief extension of time. Because the twenty-one days requested in the Second Motion would have expired on or about September 10, 2013, the Court finds that it is appropriate to allow Mr. Ragab up to and including September 30, 2013, in which to respond to the Motion to Confirm Arbitration Award. Any reply by Petitioner NWI Consulting shall be filed on or before October 7, 2013. Denying 12 the Pro Se Motion for Extension of Time to File Response/Reply. Granting 15 Motion to Withdraw as Attorney. Mr. Lawhorn SHALL PROVIDE a copy of any other pertinent documents in Mr. Lawhorns file to Mr. Ragab at 1805 Golf View Dri ve, Buffalo, MN 55313, and thereafter, Mr. Lawhorn and the law firm of Frantz, McConnell & Seymour, LLP, are RELIEVED of their duties as counsel in this matter. The Clerk of Court SHALL PROVIDE a copy of this Memorandum and Order and a copy of the Motion to Confirm Arbitration to Mr. Ragab at 1805 Golf View Drive, Buffalo, MN 55313. Additionally, the Clerk of Court SHALL enter this address as Mr. Ragads address in the record and indicate that he is proceeding pro se in this matter. Mr. Ragab i s ADVISED that, unless and until counsel appears on his behalf, he is proceeding pro se in this matter. He must supervise this litigation and act on his own behalf. Specifically, he must comply with the deadlines set by the Court. As a pro se litigant, the Court will afford Mr. Ragab a degree of latitude in this litigation.Signed by Magistrate Judge H Bruce Guyton on 09/17/2013. (KAW) (c/m to Mr. Ragab.)
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