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Weersing v. Fuller

United States District Court, D. South Carolina, Orangeburg Division

July 15, 2014

James B. Weersing, Plaintiff,
v.
Marcia Fuller, John and Jane Does, Michael L. Fair, Boyd H. Parr, Defendants.

ORDER

J. MICHELLE CHILDS, District Judge.

This matter is now before the court upon Plaintiff James B. Weersing's ("Plaintiff") motion for timely response and request for certificate of appeal (ECF No. 26), which the court has construed as a motion for reconsideration.[1] In his motion, Plaintiff requests that the court reconsider its order dismissing this case without prejudice due to Plaintiff's failure to bring the case into proper form as requested (ECF No. 22). (ECF No. 26 at 1.)

Plaintiff contends that his complaint was dismissed due to bias.[2] ( Id. ) Moreover, Plaintiff appears to argue that his motion for reconsideration of the court order in a related case which severed that case and resulted in the instant action's creation, see McFadden v. Fuller, C/A No. 2:13-cv-02290-JMC, 2013 WL 6182365 (D.S.C. Nov. 22, 2013), stayed the deadlines for this action. ( See ECF No. 26 at 1-2.) In other words, Plaintiff seems to take the position that since the court had not yet ruled on his motion for reconsideration regarding the court's decision to sever, the deadlines in this new action were suspended. ( See id. )

A court may alter or amend a judgment pursuant to Rule 59(e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure if the movant shows either (1) an intervening change in the controlling law; (2) new evidence that was not available at trial; or (3) that there has been a clear error of law or a manifest injustice. Robinson v. Wix Filtration Corp., 599 F.3d 403, 407 (4th Cir. 2010). The court finds that Plaintiff has failed to set forth any intervening change in the law or new evidence that would alter the court's decision to dismiss this action without prejudice. The court is also satisfied that no clear error of law or manifest injustice has resulted from its May 2, 2014 order (ECF No. 22). The court is unaware of any support for Plaintiff's apparent contention that his deadlines in this action should have been stayed pending his motion for reconsideration in the related case which created this action.

Therefore, Plaintiff's motion for reconsideration (ECF No. 26) is DENIED.

IT IS SO ORDERED.


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