"The issue involved in this case is now pending before hundreds of judges in the federal court system. The Court does not need to be notified every time a judge makes a decision in one of those cases, especially if such decisions represent no "change in the law" binding on this Court. See Local Rule 7.1 (c) & (g). The Court is well able to do its own research as needed, and filling this case's record with non-binding cases will simply clutter the file. Accordingly, the Court STRIKES the notice of supplemental authority (Doc. 58) and ORDERS that henceforward notice of supplemental authority may be filed in this case without leave of court, but only if it is authority binding on this Court or is a decision by a United States Court of Appeals."
Mudge v. Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, 3-10-cv-00402 (ILSD March 31, 2011 Order) (Gilbert, J.)