EDTX Judge Sean Jordan granted the Plaintiffs’ motion for preliminary injunction halting the enforcement of the City of Dallas’ Paid Sick Leave Ordinance until an ultimate ruling on the merits is made.
I recall a district judge, who will remain nameless, once saying that he didn’t mind seeing the word “reversed.” It was the “and remanded” part that he hated. This case shows why.
This order resolved the dispute over the applicability of the first to file rule to a case where there was an issue regarding personal jurisdiction.
The Plano courthouse is now closed as result of a visit by a person with a “presumptive positive” diagnosis for the COVID-19 virus.
We all feel like Elvis right after filing a motion. (It’s not just me, right?) But as Collin demonstrates, that look isn’t always what comes across to the court.
Sadly, this case isn’t about the second carrier USS Wasp (CV-18), but some may be interested in these FRCP 12 and 56 rulings anyway.
Unfortunately this case involving Boeing doesn’t involve B-17s. But no case has everything.
12 motions for summary judgment – 11 granted in part, and one denied in toto, with some observations on how to avoid chaos at the SJ stage.
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.
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.