Steinbuch v. Hachette Book Group

Filing 54

MOTION to Stay (Consent Motion for a Stay) by Hachette Book Group (Stone, Clayborne)

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Steinbuch v. Hachette Book Group Doc. 54 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS WESTERN DIVISION ROBERT STEINBUCH v. JESSICA CUTLER AND HYPERION BOOKS ****************** PLAINTIFF No. 4-06-C V-000620 JLH DEFENDANTS ROBERT STEINBUCH v. HACHETTE BOOK GROUP No. 4-08-CV-00456 JLH PLAINTIFF DEFENDANT CONSENT MOTION FOR A STAY Plaintiff and Defendants Hyperion Books and Hachette Book Group hereby jointly move for a stay of 45 days in the above-captioned consolidated cases. The parties jointly request this stay for the purpose of attempting to finalize their efforts to achieve a negotiated resolution of this matter. The parties anticipate requiring additional time because there are multiple cases, including related cases in other jurisdictions, that the parties are attempting to resolve globally. WHEREFORE, Plaintiff and Defendants respectfully request that this Court stay this matter for 45 days. WILLIAMS & ANDERSON PLC Twenty-Second Floor 111 Center Street Little Rock, AR 72201 Telephone: 501-372-0800 Facsimile: 501-372-6453 {00236601 v I } By: /s/ Claybome S. Stone Philip S. Anderson, Ark. Bar No. 60001 Claybome S. Stone, Ark. Bar No. 2003102 and LEVINE SULLIVAN KOCH & SCHULZ, L.L.P 1050 Seventeenth Street, N.W., Suite 800 Washington, D.C. 20030 202.508.1100 Nathan Siegel, pro hac vice, John B. O'Keefe, pro hac vice, Counsel for Defendants Hyperion and Hachette By: /s/ Jonathan Rosen Jonathan Rosen, Esquire 747 Vassar Avenue, Suite A Lakewood , NJ 08701 Counsel for Plaintiff {00236601:v }2

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