LBR 7041-1. DISMISSAL OF ADVERSARY PROCEEDING
LBR 7041-1. DISMISSAL OF ADVERSARY PROCEEDING(a) Dismissal for Want of Prosecution. A proceeding that has been pending for an
unreasonable period of time without any action having been taken therein may be
dismissed for want of prosecution upon notice and opportunity to request a hearing.
(b) Dismissal for Failure to Appear. If a party fails to appear at the noticed hearing of a motion or trial of the proceeding, the court may make such orders in regard to the failure as are just, including dismissal of the matter for want of prosecution. Unless the court provides otherwise, any dismissal pursuant to this rule is without prejudice.
(c) Reinstatement – Sanctions. If any proceeding dismissed pursuant to this rule is
reinstated, the court may impose such sanctions as it deems just and reasonable.
(d) Notice of Dismissal. The clerk will provide to all parties to the proceeding notice of entry of any order dismissing a proceeding under this rule.