||James I. Wynn, Sr.
||August 9, 2017
||US District Court for the Western District of New York
||David G. Larimer
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|April 19, 2018
DECISION AND ORDER Appellant's motion for reconsideration 50 is denied. The appellant's other pending motions, seeking the appointment of counsel 46 and objecting to various conduct and rulings in the underlying Bankruptcy 38 39 and 44 - all of which are entirely unrelated to the decision appealed-from and thus entirely irrelevant to the instant appeal are denied as moot. This appeal has been dismissed in its entirety, with prejudice 31 and all motions have now been resolv ed. The Clerk is directed to close the case. Signed by Hon. David G. Larimer on 4/19/2018. Copy of this Decision and Order sent by First Class Mail to James I. Wynn, Sr. to his address of record. (KAH) -CLERK TO FOLLOW UP-
|January 2, 2018
ORDER Debtor/Appellant, James I. Wynn, Sr., is directed to perfect his appeal within twenty (20) days of entry of this Order. This includes designating the Record on Appeal, providing transcripts of court proceedings, and filing a brief, in conforma nce with Rules 8009, 8010, 8014 and 8015 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. Failure to do so within the allotted time could result in dismissal of the appeal and affirmance of United States Bankruptcy Judge Paul R. Warren's July 27, 2017 Decision and Order converting appellant's Chapter 13 proceeding to a Chapter 7 proceeding. Signed by Hon. David G. Larimer on 1/2/2018. Copy of this Order sent by First Class Mail to plaintiff James I. Wynn, Sr. to his address of record. (KAH)
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