Mears, et al v. Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Inc. (ASA) et al
||Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Inc. (ASA), Express Jet Airlines, Inc., SkyWest Airlines, Inc. and Delta Air Lines, Inc.
||Susan Mears and James Wiemer
||September 20, 2012
||North Carolina Eastern District Court
||Western Division Office
||James C. Fox
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||28:1441 Notice of Removal- Personal Injury
|Jury Demanded By:
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|July 11, 2013
ORDER granting 23 Motion to Withdraw ; denying in part as moot 15 Motion for Discovery. To the extent that Plaintiffs motion 15 seeks entry of a protective order, that request is preserved and will be resolved by later order. The motion hearing scheduled in this case for Friday, 7/12/2013 is accordingly cancelled. Signed by US Magistrate Judge William A. Webb on 7/11/2013. (Edwards, S.)
|October 29, 2013
ORDER granting 44 MOTION for Leave to File in Paper Form, MOTION to Intervene, MOTION for Leave to Appear for a Limited Purpose and MOTION for Leave to File an Amicus Brief. Counsel is reminded to read the order in its entirety for detailed information. Signed by Senior Judge James C. Fox on 10/29/2013. (Edwards, S.)
|October 7, 2014
ORDER granting 66 Motion to Seal Document. The Clerk of Court is DIRECTED to maintain under seal the Proposed Settlement Agreement [DE-64] and the Proposed Sealed Settlement Documentation [DE-65]. Signed by Senior Judge James C. Fox on 10/7/2014. (Grady, B.)
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