Steinbuch v. Cutler et al

Filing 47

RESPONSE to 46 MOTION for Extension of Time to File Response/Reply as to 38 MOTION to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction, 44 MOTION to Dismiss, 36 Corporate Disclosure Statement (Rule 7.1), 43 Corporate Disclosure Statement (Rule 7.1), 45 Brief in Support, filed by Jessica Cutler, Hyperion Books, Disney Publishing Worldwide and MOTION to Stay Discovery (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A# 2 Exhibit B# 3 Exhibit C# 4 Exhibit D# 5 Exhibit E# 6 Exhibit F)(Deere, Beth). (Docket text modified on 8/31/2006 to correct the description of document filed.)(thd) Modified on 8/31/2006 (thd, ).

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Steinbuch v. Cutler et al Doc. 47 Att. 5 Case 4:06-cv-00620-WRW Document 47-6 Filed 08/30/2006 Page 1 of 1 Beth M. Deere From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: Jonathan Rosen [] Monday, August 21, 2006 4:27 PM Beth M. Deere RE: Steinbuch v. Cutler et al Beth, This is not a negotiation. When I granted my consent to you and your client's request for an extension of time, I did not condition my consent. It's unfortunate that you choose to practice law in such a manner and do not extend members of the bar the very same professional courtesy that they extend you. I will file my motion for an extension and inform the Court of your actions. In addition, under this Circuit's law, your clients are subject to jurisdiction, your protestations to the contrary notwithstanding. Moreover, even if your fanciful claims were true, discovery would still commence before the resolution of your motion. So, your extortionary demands are truly baseless. Jonathan LE EXHIBIT

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