The opinion of the court was delivered by: Hon. Jeffrey S. While U.S. District Court Judge
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT; STIPULATION; AND [PROPOSED] ORDER STAYING ACTION FOR SIXTY DAYS Complaint Filed: March 14, 2011 Trial Date: October 1, 2012 Honorable Jeffrey S. White Le
Whereas, the parties to this action, Plaintiff Denis Neil Minihane and Defendant Federal Express Corporation have reached a confidential settlement; 3 Whereas, the parties have reduced the agreement to writing and it has been executed;
Whereas, the parties wish to maintain the status quo while final details of the resolution 5 are carried out, including the exchange of consideration between the parties; 6
Whereas, the parties do not wish to waste their own or the Court's resources continuing 7 to litigate this action while final details are carried out; 8
Whereas, upon conclusion of the aforementioned final details, Plaintiff will file a Request for Dismissal of this action, with prejudice;
IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED by the parties that the Court may enter an Order staying Clerc & Le Clerc LLP San Francisco, CA 94108 the action in its entirety for a period of sixty calendar days from the date of entry of this 12 Stipulation and Order. In the event that the exchange of consideration between the parties is not 13 carried out, the parties will jointly contact the Court for further instructions.
14 12 Geary Street, Suite 205 DATED: July 10, 2012 LE CLERC & LE CLERC LLP 16 By /s/ Mark Le Clerc 15 17 Le Mark C. Le Clerc Attorneys for Plaintiff Denis Neil Minihane 18 19 DATED: July 10, 2012 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPORATION 20 By /s/ David S. Wilson III 21 David S. Wilson III Attorneys for Defendant Federal Express Corporation
All pending dates are VACATED.
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