Vickers et al v. Willette, M.D. et al
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|January 29, 2014
ORDER granting the 37 Motion to Withdraw as Attorney. Mr. Pope shall immediately serve copies of this Order on Plaintiffs and thereafter file proof of service showing compliance with this Order, listing the names and addresses of the persons to whom notice was sent. Mr. Pope will not be relieved of applicable duties to the Court, Plaintiffs, and opposing counsel until proof of service is filed. Upon the filing of proof of service pursuant to Paragraph 2 of this Order, Plaintiffs will be deemed to be proceeding pro se, that is, without the assistance of counsel, unless substitute counsel has entered a written appearance on their behalf. If substitute counsel has not entered a written appearance, Plaintiffs shall file a written notic e with the Clerk of the Court ofPlaintiffs' current address and telephone number within five (5) business daysof being served with this Order. Upon Mr. Pope's submission of proof of service as described in Paragraph 2 of this Order, the Clerk of Court shall terminate Mr. Pope's appearance as counsel and cease further notices to him in this matter. Ordered by Magistrate Judge F.A. Gossett. (MKR)
|September 11, 2013
ORDER granting Defendant Box Butte General Hospital 16 and Defendant Paul M. Willette, M.D.s' 18 Motions to Strike Plaintiff's Jury Demand. Plaintiffs' demand for a jury trial is hereby stricken. Ordered by Magistrate Judge F.A. Gossett. (MKR)
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