Strikepoint Trading, LLC, et al v. Aimee Sabolyk, et al

Filing 920110222


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FOR PUBLICATION UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT STRIKEPOINT TRADING, LLC, a California limited liability company and OPTIONEER, LLC, a Nevada limited liability company, Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. AIMEE ELIZABETH SABOLYK, an individual and GLOBAL ASSET ADVISORS, LLC, an Illinois limited liability company, Defendants-Appellants, and JOHN MATTHEW MONDRAGON, Defendant. No. 09-56510 D.C. No. 8:07-CV-01073DOC-MLG ORDER Appeal from the United States District Court for the Central District of California David O. Carter, District Judge, Presiding Argued and Submitted February 11, 2011--Pasadena, California Filed February 22, 2011 Before: Alfred T. Goodwin, Dorothy W. Nelson, and N. Randy Smith, Circuit Judges. 2719 2720 STRIKEPOINT TRADING v. SABOLYK COUNSEL Lawrence James Hilton, O'Neil LLP, Irvine, California, for the plaintiff-appellee. Jeffrey Alan Sklar, Law Offices of Jeffrey A. Sklar, Los Angeles, California, for the defendants-appellants. ORDER This appeal is DISMISSED as moot. During oral argument, counsel for Strikepoint Trading, LLC ("StrikePoint"), represented that (1) neither Global Asset Advisors ("GAA") nor Sabolyk had violated the permanent injunction entered by the district court in this case (which ended in August 2010); (2) Strikepoint would not seek any damages from either Appellant regarding the permanent injunction or the trade secrets claims in the case; and (3) Strikepoint would not seek attorney fees from GAA in this case and, if seeking attorney fees at all, would only seek them from Sabolyk as they relate to the jury verdict of $102,300 for breach of contract. With such representations by counsel for Strikepoint, counsel for the Appellants agreed the case was moot. A certified copy of this order shall serve as the mandate of this court. DISMISSED.

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