William Thomas, et. al. | C.A. No. 94-2742 Plaintiffs pro se, | Judge Charles R. Richey | v. | | The United States, et. al. | Defendants. |
Defendants respectfully request, pursuant to Fed. R. Cev. P. 6(b), an enlargement of time of three business days, to and including February 14, 1995, within which to file their combined reply in support of their pending motion to dismiss to certain claims, and response to the plaintiffs' numerous filings. In support of this motion, defendants state as follows:
Pursuant to the Court's previous Order granting defendants additional time to file their reply, defendants' reply in support of their pending motion to dismiss is due to be filed on Fegruary 9, 1995. In addition to the filing their reply, the defendants also intend, in the same memorandum, to respond as necessary to the various motions and filings of the plaintiffs.  Although some of
the plaintiffs' motion have been ruled upon by the Court, others require a response. Counsel for the defendants anticipated that she could prepare the combined memorandum for filing on the 9th, but -- in part because of the sheer number of filings, including some received by counsel on February 7th, and in part because of the press of other business, including the deposition of the plaintiffs' statistical expert in a pending Title VII class action (Stewart v. Rubin, Civ. No. 90-2841 RCL) -- has been unable to prepare an adequate reply.
WHEREFORE, defendants respectrully request that the time within which they may file their combined reply in support of their pending motion to dismiss certain claims, and in response to the plaintiffs' various filings, be enlarged to and including February 14, 1995.