In the Matter of a Complaint of Michael Kettelkamp and Carolyn Dorothy Kettelkamp

Filing 41

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE by Judge George H. King. The Parties are ORDERED TOSHOW CAUSE, within ten (10) days hereof, why this action should not be dismissed. (rne)

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E-Filed UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL Case No. CV 11-8724-GHK (SPx) Title In re Complaint of Michael Kettelkamp and Carolyn Dorothy Kettelkamp, Registered Owners of the 2003, 21’ Fineline Ski Centurion Presiding: The Honorable Date May 15, 2013 GEORGE H. KING, CHIEF U. S. DISTRICT JUDGE Beatrice Herrera N/A N/A Deputy Clerk Court Reporter / Recorder Tape No. Attorneys Present for Plaintiffs: Attorneys Present for Defendants: None None Proceedings: (In Chambers) Order re: Order to Show Cause On August 16, 2012, we denied Plaintiffs’ Motion for Determination of Good Faith Settlement, concluding that “there is no reason for the Parties’ Settlement to be contingent upon obtaining a determination that the settlement was achieved in good faith” under federal admiralty law. (Order at 3). Under the settlement agreement, Plaintiffs agree to pay the Claimants and Potential Claimants $100,000 in exchange for their release of all claims arising from the June 26, 2011 incident against Plaintiffs and their son, Gregory Kettelkamp. (Mot. 2). In light of this settlement, the Parties are ORDERED TO SHOW CAUSE, within ten (10) days hereof, why this action should not be dismissed. A Party’s failure to timely and adequately show cause will be deemed his or her concession that dismissal is appropriate. IT IS SO ORDERED. -Initials of Deputy Clerk CV-90 (06/04) CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL : -- Bea Page 1 of 1

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