ODYSSEY CONTRACTING CORP. v. L&L PAINTING CO.,INC.
||ODYSSEY CONTRACTING CORP.
||L&L PAINTING CO., INC.
||April 9, 2018
||Pennsylvania Western District Court
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|December 20, 2018
ORDER. L&L's Motion to Dismiss (Doc. 7 in Civil Action No. 18 458, as amended in Doc. 10 ) is GRANTED; the appeals at Civil Action Nos. 18-458 and 18-456 are DISMISSED; the cases will be marked closed; and Rule 58 judgments will issue. Signed by Judge Cathy Bissoon on 12/20/18. (dcd)
|May 10, 2018
ORDER. Appellant's Motions to consolidate (Doc. 7 in Civil Action No. 18-456 and Doc. 14 in 18-458) are GRANTED. The Clerk of this Court is directed to place a copy of the Supplement (Doc. 6 in 18-456), transmitted by the Bankruptcy Clerk to this Court on 5/2/18, into the docket in Civil Action No. 18-458. In the meantime, Civil Action No. 18-456 will be administratively closed; and, as relates to both cases, all deadlines will be established, and filings made, in Civil Action No. 18 458. Consistent with the foregoing, the appellate-briefing deadlines in Civil Action No. 18-456 hereby are VACATED, and the appeal(s) will proceed according to the framework established in 18-458. See text-Order dated 5/5/18 in 18-458 (holding in abeyance appeal-merits briefing, and requiring Appellant to respond to Appellees' Motion to Dismiss by 5/17/18). Signed by Judge Cathy Bissoon on 5/10/18. (dcd)
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