LAWSON v. OVERMYER et al
||MICHAEL OVERMYER, BLOSS, WOLFGANG and J. BEACH
||February 14, 2017
||US District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
||Susan Paradise Baxter
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|February 12, 2019
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 98 Motion to Compel Disclosure of Motion for Summary Judgment. Plaintiffs motion essentially seeks two things: (1) copies of Defendants Motion for Summary Judgment and related filings, and (2) an exte nsion of time to respond to the Motion for Summary Judgment. The Court will provide Plaintiff an additional thirty days from the date of this order to file his Response in Opposition to Defendants Motion for Summary Judgment. That response is now du e on or before March 11, 2019. Because of the voluminous nature of Defendants summary judgment papers, the Court is not providing copies to Plaintiff at his time. However, the Plaintiff is instructed to notify the Court in the event he has not rece ived copies of the Defendants Motion for Summary Judgment, Brief in Support, Concise Statement of Material Fact, and Appendix, as well as the Defendants Response in Opposition to Plaintiffs Motion for Summary Judgment and Response to Plaintiffs Concise Statement of Material Fact by March 1, 2019. Signed by Magistrate Judge Richard A. Lanzillo on 2/12/2019. (dm)
|November 7, 2017
ORDER adopting 29 Report and Recommendation and denying 24 Motion for TRO. Signed by Judge Barbara Rothstein on 11/7/2017. (jds)
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