Helena Chemical Company v. Baratti et al
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|September 8, 2016
ORDER: Stipulation, 37 , noted, appreciated, and approved. The automatic stay remains in effect as to Joe Baratti, Sr. Execution on the judgment, 28 , is not stayed against Baratti Farms. The Court orders First Community Bank of Eastern Arkansas to pay to Helena Chemical the identified amount in the Baratti Farms account. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/8/2016. (jak)
|November 30, 2015
ORDER granting unopposed motion to stay and compel arbitration, 15 . The motion for summary judgment, 12 , is denied without prejudice. The dispute remains stayed as to Baratti Jr. because of his bankruptcy. Joint status report due 1 January 2016, and every six months thereafter. Case stayed and administratively terminated, as to all parties. Any party may move to reopen, and confirm or challenge, any arbitration award. If no party seeks relief by 1 December 2017, the Court will reopen and dismiss the complaint without prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 11/30/2015. (jak)
|October 14, 2015
ORDER: The Court appreciates the parties' stipulation, 10 . THis case remains stayed as to Joe Baratti, Jr., but will continue against Joe Baratti, Sr. and Baratti Farms. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 10/13/2015. (jak)
|September 8, 2015
ORDER staying this case as to Joe Baratti Jr. On the current record, the Court can't discern whether the stay extends to the partnership. The case will continue for sure against Joe Baratti, Sr. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/8/2015. (jak)
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