U S Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Michael J Leighton
||U S Commodity Futures Trading Commission
||Michael J Leighton
||May 8, 2012
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Philip S. Gutierrez
||Suzanne H. Segal
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|April 29, 2013
MINUTES (IN CHAMBERS): ORDER DENYING Motion for Default Judgment WITHOUT PREJUDICE by Judge Philip S. Gutierrez: On March 13, 2013, Plaintiff U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission ("Plaintiff") filed a motion for default judgment ag ainst Defendant Michael J. Leighton ("Defendant"). Dkt. # 27. While Plaintiff has filed a notice of motion, there is no indication that the motion for default judgment has been served on Defendant because Plaintiff has not filed a proof of service as to the motion. Because Defendant does not appear to be registered with the CM/ECF System, pursuant to Local Rule 5-3.3, Defendant must be served with the motion for default judgment in accordance with Local Rule 5-3.1, which requires a proof of service in accordance with Local Rule 5-3.2. See L.R. 5-3.1, 5-3.2, 5-3.3. Because Plaintiff has not filed an accompanying proof of service, the motion for default judgment is DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. RE: 27 (lw)
|February 28, 2013
MINUTE ORDER (IN CHAMBERS) ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RE LACK OF PROSECUTION by Judge Philip S. Gutierrez:,IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Plaintiff show cause in writing on or before March 14, 2013, why this action should not be dismissed for lack of prosecution . The Court will consider the filing of the following on or before the above date, as an appropriate response to this Order to Show Cause: Motion for Entry of Default Judgment by Plaintiff OR Request to Clerk for Entry of Default Judgment by Plaintiff. (lw)
|May 10, 2012
CONSENT ORDER FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION And Other Ancillary Relief Against Defendant Michael J. Leighton by Judge Philip S. Gutierrez. (bm)
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