Federal proceedings – 20-cv-232

The Receiver filed a complaint against Jon Seawright and others on December 18, 2018. You can follow that case here:  Federal proceedings – 18-cv-866

On November 3, 2019,  Seawright filed a Chapter 7 petition for bankruptcy. By filing his petition for bankruptcy, Seawright triggered an automatic stay of litigation against him pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 362.

On February 7, 2020, the Receiver filed an adversary complaint against Seawright that objects to the discharge of his debt to the Receivership Estate on the basis that the debt flows from his false pretenses, false representations, and fraud. On March 16, 2020, the Receiver moved to withdraw the reference—that is, to transfer the complaint from the bankruptcy court to the district court.

The following are select filings (most recent first) from the adversary proceeding Alysson Mills vs. Jon Darrell Seawright, No. 20-ap-11 (Bankr. S.D. Miss.); No. 20-cv-232 (S.D. Miss.):

2021-07-06 [Docket entry only] “TEXT-ONLY ORDER granting [20] Unopposed Motion to Stay Case. All proceedings in this case are hereby stayed, pending resolution of the criminal proceedings against Brent Alexander and Jon Seawright in Cause Number 3:20-cr-31-CWR-LGI before this Court. Further, the Case Management Conference set for 7/8/2021 is hereby canceled. NO FURTHER WRITTEN ORDER SHALL ISSUE. Signed by Magistrate Judge F. Keith Ball on 7/6/2021.”

2021-03-01 [18] Order denying Seawright’s Motion to Dismiss

2020-06-22 [16] Seawright’s reply to Receiver’s response to Seawright’s Motion to Dismiss

2020-05-28 [14] Receiver’s response to Seawright’s Motion to Dismiss

2020-05-12 [12] Order granting Receiver’s Motion to Withdraw Reference

2020-04-30 [9] Seawright’s Answer to Adversary Complaint

2020-04-30 [7] Seawright’s Motion to Dismiss Adversary Complaint

2020-03-16 [24] Receiver’s Motion to Withdraw the Reference (objecting to discharge of debt)

2020-02-07 [1] Adversary Complaint