CHANDLER v. CON-WAY FREIGHT, INC.

No. 1:16-cv-00358-MOC-DLH.

BRYAN EARL CHANDLER, Plaintiff, v. CON-WAY FREIGHT, INC., DEREK MATTHEW SISE, CEVA LOGISTICS US, INC., XPO LOGISTICS FREIGHT, INC., PENSKE TRUCK LEASING CORP., MORRIS LLOYD JORDAN, PENSKE TRUCK LEASING CO., INC., PENSKE TRUCK LEASING CO., LP., Defendants.

United States District Court, W.D. North Carolina, Asheville Division.

Editors Note
Applicable Law: 28 U.S.C. § 1332
Cause: 28 U.S.C. § 1332 Diversity - Tort/Motor Vehicle (P.I.) [Personal Injury]
Nature of Suit: 350 Motor Vehicle
Source: PACER


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Bryan Earl Chandler, Plaintiff, represented by Brian A. Buchanan , Grimes Teich Anderson.

Bryan Earl Chandler, Plaintiff, represented by Scott M. Anderson , Grimes & Teich, L.L.P..

Morris Lloyd Jordan, Defendant, represented by Robert Gregory Lewis , Vernis & Bowling of Charlotte, PLLC.

Ceva Logistics US, Inc., Defendant, represented by Robert Gregory Lewis , Vernis & Bowling of Charlotte, PLLC.

Derek Matthew Sise, Defendant, represented by Shannon Strickland Frankel , Young Moore and Henderson P.A..

XPO Logistics Freight, Inc., Defendant, represented by Shannon Strickland Frankel , Young Moore and Henderson P.A..

Derek Matthew Sise, Cross Claimant, represented by Shannon Strickland Frankel , Young Moore and Henderson P.A..

XPO Logistics Freight, Inc., Cross Claimant, represented by Shannon Strickland Frankel , Young Moore and Henderson P.A..

Ceva Logistics US, Inc., Cross Defendant, represented by Robert Gregory Lewis , Vernis & Bowling of Charlotte, PLLC.

Morris Lloyd Jordan, Cross Defendant, represented by Robert Gregory Lewis , Vernis & Bowling of Charlotte, PLLC.

Morris Lloyd Jordan, Cross Claimant, represented by Robert Gregory Lewis , Vernis & Bowling of Charlotte, PLLC.

Ceva Logistics US, Inc., Cross Claimant, represented by Robert Gregory Lewis , Vernis & Bowling of Charlotte, PLLC.

Derek Matthew Sise, Cross Defendant, represented by Shannon Strickland Frankel , Young Moore and Henderson P.A..

XPO Logistics Freight, Inc., Cross Defendant, represented by Shannon Strickland Frankel , Young Moore and Henderson P.A..


ORDER

MAX O. COGBURN, Jr., District Judge.

THIS MATTER is before the Court on a "Consent Protective Order" dropped into Chambers mailbox via CyberClerk. The parties are advised that in accordance with Fed. R. Civ. P. 7 and L.Cv.R 7.1, an application to the court for any form of relief must be through a written motion as there is no method for tracking requests other than through the Court's docket. See also PTO at ¶ I(F). While the Court certainly appreciates the courtesy of receiving proposed orders via cyberclerk &mdash: and the diligent work of counsel here — any such proposal must correspond with a filed motion. Further, CyberClerk submissions need to be directed to the judge who will actually handle the motion, which in this case is Judge Howell, who has been referred all discovery and pretrial issues.

ORDER

IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that to the extent the parties seek relief by depositing a "Consent Protective Order" in the Chambers mailbox, such relief is denied without prejudice.


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