Kellum v. PNS Stores, Inc.
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|January 3, 2014
ORDER - IT IS ORDERED that: On or before February 28, 2014, the parties shall electronically file a joint stipulation for dismissal (or other dispositive stipulation) and shall submit to the Honorable Joseph F. Bataillon, at firstname.lastname@example.org courts.gov, a draft order which will fully dispose of the case. If the case is being dismissed, the stipulation shall comply with Fed. R. Civ. P. 41(a) and shall state whether the dismissal is with or without prejudice. Absent compliance with thi s order, this case (including all counterclaims and the like) may be dismissed without further notice. The previously scheduled pretrial conference and trial are cancelled upon the representation that this case is settled. Ordered by Magistrate Judge Thomas D. Thalken. (TCL )
|September 6, 2013
JOINT CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT AND STIPULATED PROTECTIVE ORDER. Ordered by Magistrate Judge Thomas D. Thalken. (TCL )
|February 19, 2013
ORDER - IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED: That, pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 41(a), the plaintiff's cause of action against the defendants Big Lots, Inc., and Big Lots Stores, Inc., is hereby dismissed, without prejudice, and with costs taxed to the parties incurring the same. Upon dismissal, the caption of this case will be revised to reflect this dismissal and shall read "Allen Kellum, Plaintiff, v. PNS Stores, Inc., Defendant. Ordered by Judge Joseph F. Bataillon. (TCL )
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