Manley v. DeVazier
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|May 10, 2017
ORDER denying without prejudice as moot 27 Motion for injunctive relief based on the parties' agreement on dealing with the IRS. 26 Motion to amend granted with a caveat: Mr. Autry must redact any personal confidential information from each line of each page of any exhibit. Clean copy of amended complaint with revised exhibit due by 5/17/2017. The Court seals 26 -3 because it contains personal confidential information. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 5/10/2017. (jak)
|April 10, 2017
ORDER: Notice on settlement, and any joint request for partial dismissal, due by 4/21/2017. New motion to amend, with the proposed complaint limited to the remaining claim, also due by that date. The current motion to amend, 18 , is denied without p rejudice. By 4/28/2017 DeVazier must serve the IRS or file a notice that he will not serve the IRS in this case. In the alternative, by that same date the parties must notify the Court that they've arranged a limited Power of Attorney for representation before the IRS. We need to know soon whether the IRS will be involved in this case. An Amended Final Scheduling Order will issue. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 4/10/2017. (jak)
|December 22, 2015
ORDER consolidating these two cases. 2:15-cv-164 DPM will be the lead case. The 4 Initial Scheduling Order is vacated. A new one will issue. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 12/22/2015. (jak)
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