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Wilbur-Ellis Company, A California Corporation v. Ag Leader Technology

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA


November 26, 2012

WILBUR-ELLIS COMPANY, A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION; PLAINTIFF,
v.
AG LEADER TECHNOLOGY, INC., AN IOWA CORPORATION;
DEFENDANT

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler

Roy S. Gordet SBN 103916 Law Office of Roy S. Gordet 235 Westlake Center #452 Daly City, CA 94015 Tel. 650-757-6147 Email roy@copyrightdirection.com Randy Troxel SBN 177105 Trademark-Associates 900 Cherry Avenue, Suite 300 San Bruno, CA 94066 Tel. 650-692-1700 Fax 650-794-2601 Email rtroxel@tmassoc.com Attorneys for Plaintiff Wilbur- Ellis Company

Voluntary Dismissal Without Prejudice and Stipulation Concerning the Court's Retaining Jurisdiction, and [Proposed] Order Thereon Federal Rule 41(a) Pursuant to a comprehensive settlement agreement entered into between the parties, Plaintiff Wilbur-Ellis Company, by its undersigned counsel of record, hereby dismisses WITHOUT prejudice this entire action against Defendant Ag Leader Technology, Inc. Each party will bear its own costs and attorneys fees. Defendant Ag Leader Technology, Inc., by its undersigned counsel of record, hereby expressly consents that this dismissal is WITHOUT prejudice.

Further pursuant to the aforementioned settlement agreement entered into between the parties, the parties by their undersigned counsel below jointly stipulate that Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler shall retain jurisdiction over the Parties and the subject matter to enforce the terms of the aforementioned settlement agreement.

ORDER

Good cause appearing, this entire action is dismissed WITHOUT prejudice and the Court shall retain jurisdiction over the parties in the event that it is necessary for either party to seek the Court's assistance in enforcing the terms of the settlement agreement entered into by the parties.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

20121126

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