||November 23, 2009
||US District Court for the District of Columbia
||Washington, DC Office
||Richard J. Leon
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||11:8001 Bankruptcy Appeal
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|February 26, 2010
MEMORANDUM ORDER, Plaintiff-appellant filed this bankruptcy appeal on November 25, 2009. At the time of filing, plaintiff-appeallant was directed to Rule 8009 of the Bankruptcy Rules of Procedure, in particular the provision of that Rule which provid es in part that "[t]he appellant shall serve and file his brief within fourteen (14) days after entry of the appeal." (See Notice of Appeal 1 Ex. 1 at 1.) Unfortunately, plaintiff did not file any such brief. On January 11, 2010, the Cour t issued an Order which reminded plaintiff of her responsibilty under Rule 8009 and allowed her two additional weeks to file a brief. The Court's January 11 Order also informed plaintiff that failure to comply could cause her action to be dismis sed. In response, plaintiff submitted a one paragraph request to keep her appeal alive. She has failed to identify any issues for appeal, however, and in the absence of any brief, the Court is unable to consider her appeal further. Accordingly, due to plaintiff's insufficient response to the Court's Order, it is, this 25th day of February, 2010, hereby ORDERED that this action is DISMISSED. SO ORDERED. Signed by Judge Richard J. Leon on 2/25/10. ( memorandum order.) Copy of memorandum order mailed to Pro Se Plaintiff. (kc )
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