Stewart et al v. American Eagle Airlines, Inc. et al
||Glenn Stewart, Darshanprit Dhillon, John Krakowski and Sally Young
||American Eagle Airlines, Inc., Air Line Pilots Association, International, American Airlines, Inc. and Allied Pilots Association
||May 21, 2010
||US District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
|Nature of Suit:
||Railway Labor Act
|Cause of Action:
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|November 3, 2010
ORDER: In accordance with the Memorandum filed herewith, Defendants Motion to Change Venue 48 is Granted. This action be TRANSFERRED to the Northern District of Texas at Dallas. Signed by District Judge William J. Haynes, Jr on 11/3/10. (Attachments: # 1 Text Search Order) (dt)
|July 26, 2010
ORDER: Initial Case Management Conference held on 7/13/10. The Court adopts the following preliminary deadlines to govern progress of this case: Any motion seeking a transfer of the venue of this case shall be filed on or before 8/20/2010. A response in opposition shall be filed twenty-one days following the filing of the motion, and, in any event, by 9/10/2010. A reply to the response shall be filed within ten days following the response, and, in any event, by Monday, 9/20/2010. Defendants shal l file their responses to the complaint fourteen days after the Courts ruling on any motion to transfer venue, provided that the Court finds that venue shall remain in this district. The Court will schedule a follow-up case management conference with counsel upon resolution of the issue of venue. Signed by Magistrate Judge John S. Bryant on 7/26/10. (dt)
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