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Massey v. Cassens & Sons

December 5, 2006

STEPHEN D. MASSEY PLAINTIFF,
v.
CASSENS & SONS, INC.; CASSENS CORPORATION; UNKNOWN COMMERCIAL LESSORS IN THE CASSENS FAMILY; UNKNOWN TRAILER AND RATCHET COMPONENT DISTRIBUTORS/ MANUFACTURERS; NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC.; GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION; COTTRELL, INC.; AND KSC LEASING, LLC, DEFENDANTS.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: David RHerndon United States District Judge

ORDER

Now before the court is Defendant Cottrell's Motion for Leave to File Brief in Excess of Page Limit. (Doc. 146.) Being fully advised in the premises, the Court GRANTS Defendant Cottrell's motion. (Doc. 146.) Because Cottrell has already electronically filed its reply in support of its motion for summary judgment (Doc. 147), no further action is required. However, the Court wishes to clarify that, in the future, Cottrell should first file a motion for leave to file. Instead of also filing the proposed document instanter, the Court directs Cottrell to e-mail the proposed document(s) to its Chambers e-mail address at DRHpd@ilsd.uscourts.gov for review, and then Cottrell will later be allowed to file the document if the motion for leave to file is granted. See Section 2.10 of the CM/ECF User's Manual.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

20061205

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