United States District Court, N.D. California, San Jose Division
October 5, 2005.
DIRECTV, INC., a California corporation, Plaintiff,
GLENN, et al., Defendants.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: RONALD WHYTE, District Judge
STIPULATION FOR VOLUNTARY DISMISSAL OF DEFENDANT CASEY GLENN AND
REQUEST TO RETAIN JURISDICTION; ORDER THEREON
IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED by and between Plaintiff DIRECTV, Inc.
("DIRECTV") and Defendant CASEY GLENN ("Defendant"), through
their respective counsel of record, that the above-captioned
action be and hereby is dismissed without prejudice, pursuant to
Fed.R.Civ.P. 41(a)(1), as to Defendant. Each of said parties
to bear its/his own costs and attorney's fees.
The terms of the Confidential Settlement Agreement dated May 9,
2005 ("Agreement") entered into between the Defendant and DIRECTV
require the performance of certain obligations by Defendant that
will not be completed until June 2007. If the Defendant does not
timely or fully perform these obligations when due, DIRECTV is
authorized to seek enforcement of those obligations in this
Court. The parties therefore have consented, and hereby further
stipulate and consent to, the retention of jurisdiction over them
by this Court and to reference to a Magistrate Judge in this District for the purpose
of enforcing those obligations of the Agreement, as defined
therein. The parties therefore respectfully request that the
Court retain such jurisdiction. ORDER
HAVING READ AND CONSIDERED the forgoing Stipulation for
Voluntary Dismissal of Defendant CASEY GLENN and Request to
Retain Jurisdiction, and such other pleadings, documents and
records deemed appropriate by the Court, and good cause appearing
therefore, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:
(1) Defendant CASEY GLENN is hereby dismissed from this action
(2) Each of said parties to bear its/his own costs and
attorney's fees; and
(3) The Court shall retain jurisdiction over DIRECTV and
Defendant CASEY GLENN to enforce the terms described above of the
Settlement Agreement between those parties dated May 9, 2005 and
hereby refers any further proceedings in this action to enforce
such terms of the Settlement Agreement to a Magistrate Judge of
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