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Old Posted Mar 23, 2020, 11:06 PM
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Initially filed in 2014. LPAT hearing scheduled to commence Mon June 15 2020
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Anything ever happened happen with this at LPAT?
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Anything ever happened happen with this at LPAT?
The hearing scheduled for June 15 does not appear to have occurred for whatever reason, it's been removed from the LPAT e-status website. Probably COVID related.

No rescheduled meeting has been posted.
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Anything ever happened happen with this at LPAT?
The parties involved in the LPAT hearing agreed to postpone it indefinitely and continue settlement discussions outside LPAT.
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The LPAT will conduct a series of Case Management Conferences in the coming months, this will be one of them. The orders, scheduling the CMCs, have started to be issued. Not yet for this file, my expectation is in the next two weeks.

A few hearings are now being scheduled for fall, by video conference. There is a growing optimism in-person hearings will resume after Thanksgiving.
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Old Posted Jun 18, 2021, 7:55 PM
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Per Joey Coleman, Sept 28 is when the LPAT settlement is expected.
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