More news for the procrastinator community (we know who we are).
No, this is isn’t the right Sherman courthouse, but let’s look at a different building for a change as we ponder late-filed SJ evidence.
Robin Richardson of the Marshall News Messenger has the story on a local high school class’ visit to Judge Gilstrap’s courtroom in Marshall.
After going through the relevant factors and facts, Judge Gilstrap set forth the applicable test and concluded that the standard for transfer was not met.
The term “indefinite” describes two things in Waco this month. First, when the new nuclear carrier named for Waco’s Pearl Harbor hero Doris Miller will enter service, and second, 2/3 of the claim terms in this case.
Often an agreement is made to swap out related defendants in a case. This somewhat less exciting practice usually contains certain provisions such as those set out in this order.
Orders denying relief are sometimes more informative than orders granting them. This order denying removal of a trustee but noting an “interesting argument” is a good example.
Never forget that if you’re having to get a fresh legal pad, it means someone, somewhere, still wants your help with their case. A fresh cup of coffee, on the other hand, means nothing.
The Fifth Circuit is seeking applications from candidates for a 14-year appointment as a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the EDTX at Tyler. The Public Notice can be found here.