THOMAS M. HERLIHY (SBN 83615) JOHN BURNITE (SBN 162223) 2 LISA SILVA PASSALACQUA (SBN 161990) WILSON, ELSER, MOSKOWITZ, 3 EDELMAN& DICKER LLP 525 Market Street, 17th Floor 4 San Francisco, CA 94105 Telephone: (415) 433-0990 5 Facsimile: (415) 434-1370 firstname.lastname@example.org 6 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 7 Attorneys for Defendants, 8 NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, AMCO INSURANCE 9 COMPANY, and ALLIED GROUP, INC.
STIPULATED REQUEST FOR ORDER STAYING ACTION PENDING RESOLUTION OF RELATED STATE COURT ACTION AND ORDER THEREON
Defendant Nationwide Mutual Life Insurance Company and AMCO Insurance Company ("defendants") and plaintiffs Ted and Sheri Gaylord ("Gaylords"), through their attorneys of record, hereby submit this stipulated request for an Order staying the present action as follows:
On April 1, 2009, plaintiff's Ted and Sheri Gaylord and business associate Parvis Kamangar filed a complaint for damages against feed companies alleging damage to cattle due to tainted feed purchased from the feed companies. ("Feed action") The Feed action, Case No. 639262, is presently proceeding in Stanislaus Superior Court and is set for trial on January 4, 2012. Resolution of the Feed action, may have an impact on the resolution of the matter before this Court.
In an effort to conserve time, money and judicial resources, the parties desire to stay the present matter before this Court, including any pending discovery or pre-trial deadlines, pending resolution of the Feed action.
The parties agree to file with the Court a joint status conference report, every six months, in accordance with the following schedule:
The present action is STAYED pending resolution of the Stanislaus Superior Court Action, Case No. 639262 ("Feed action"). The parties are ordered to file with this Court, every six months, a 4 joint status report on the following dates:
Additionally, irrespective of the above dates, the parties are directed to notify the Court if the "Feed Action" settles, or the trial date in the "Feed Action" is moved, or if a verdict is reached in the "Feed Action." Should one of these events occur, the parties shall not ...