This matter came before this Court on the Stipulation to Dismiss United Commercial Bank and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ("FDIC-R") as Receiver for United Commercial Bank (the "Stipulation") between Defendant, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation As Receiver For United Commercial Bank and Plaintiffs, Beata E. Wilson and David A. Wilson ("Plaintiffs"). The Court finds that good cause exists for entering this Order;
2. Plaintiffs' Complaint against United Commercial Bank and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation As Receiver For United Commercial Bank, is hereby dismissed with prejudice and with each party paying their own costs and attorneys' fees. Notwithstanding the foregoing, neither the dismissal of Plaintiffs' Complaint with prejudice or the pendency of this case shall act as a waiver, release or discharge of any counterclaims, crossclaims, demands, debts, duties, obligations, promises, liabilities, claims, damages, accounts, payments, liens, acts, costs, expenses, sums of money, suits, dues, actions and/or causes of action in law or in equity, of any kind or nature whatsoever whether known or unknown, matured or unmatured, suspected or unsuspected, which the FDIC-R, as receiver for United Commercial Bank, ever had, now has or may have against any of the parties to this action relating to, or arising under the Complaint or the events described therein.
3. FDIC-R's motion to dismiss under Rule 12(b)(1) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, currently set for hearing on January 30, 2012, is hereby taken OFF CALENDAR.