IN RE: STEPHEN THOMAS YELVERTON
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|August 6, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER re: Appellant's 10 MOTION to Impose Sanctions, MOTION for Attorney Fees per 28 U.S.C. 1927 and the District Court's Inherent Power, Appellant's 17 MOTION for Reconsideration re 13 Order and Appellant& #039;s 18 MOTION for leave to present new information for hearing on June 27, 2014; it is hereby ORDERED that Appellants 10 Motion for Sanctions is denied. It is further ORDERED that Appellants 17 Motion for Reconsideration is denied. It is fu rther ORDERED that Appellants 18 Motion for Leave to Present New Information is granted. It is further ORDERED that Appellant shall seek leave of this Court before filing any new civil action in this Court by filing a separate motion for leave to f ile, not to exceed three pages. In seeking leave to file any new complaint, the plaintiff must explain what new matters are raised to warrant the filing of a new complaint. It is further ORDERED that Appellant is hereby enjoined from filing further s ubmissions in his bankruptcy appeals pending before this Court without leave of Court. The Appellant must include a separate motion for leave to file, no more than three pages, explaining why the filing is necessary, not duplicative, and timely to th e extent it seeks to supplement his arguments or factual assertions in his appellate briefs. All factual assertions in such a motion must be supported by documentary evidence in the form of exhibits. Signed by Judge Christopher R. Cooper on 8/6/2014. (tcr)
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