Herman Miller, Inc. v. Zuo Modern Contemporary, Inc. et al

Filing 123

ORDER OF DISMISSAL. Signed by Judge Charles R. Breyer on 6/15/2011. (beS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 6/15/2011)

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Case3:10-cv-01608-CRB Document122 Filed06/10/11 Page1 of 3 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 2 3 CASE NO. CV-10-1608 CRB HERMAN MILLER, INC., 4 Plaintiff/Counterclaim Defendant, 5 6 Honorable Charles R. Breyer U.S. District Court Judge v. [PROPOSED] 7 ZUO MODERN CONTEMPORARY, INC.; AND DANRICK COMMERCE GROUP, LLC; STIPULATION AND ORDER OF DISMISSAL 8 Defendants/Counterclaim Plaintiffs; 9 STACKS AND STACKS; SPACIFY, INC.; 10 AND OFFICE FURNITURE OUTLET, INC.; 11 Defendants. 12 STIPULATION AND ORDER OF DISMISSAL 13 14 Plaintiff Herman Miller, Inc. (“Herman Miller”) and Defendant Danrick Commerce Group, 15 LLC. (“Danrick”) state that they have entered into a Settlement Agreement. Consequently, 16 17 pursuant to Rule 41(a)(2), F.R.Civ.P., Herman Miller and Danrick hereby stipulate and request that 18 the Court order dismissal with prejudice of any claims and counterclaims between them in this civil 19 action, with each party bearing its own costs and attorneys’ fees. Herman Miller and Danrick 20 further stipulate that the Court shall retain jurisdiction of this civil action to enforce the Settlement 21 Agreement, if necessary, pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure section 664.6 or applicable 22 federal law. 23 UNIT ED S IT IS SO ORDERED. Dated: __________________________ June 15, 2011 R NIA D RDERE S SO O _________________________________ IT I 25 HON. CHARLES R. BREYER United States District Court Judge r e R. Brey Charles Judge LI ER H 1 of 2 RT 28 FO NO 27 A 26 RT U O 24 S DISTRICT TE C TA C N F ORDER AND DISMISSAL - CASE NO. CV-10-01608 CRB D IS T IC T O R Case3:10-cv-01608-CRB Document122 Filed06/10/11 Page2 of 3 Case3:10-cv-01608-CRB Document122 Filed06/10/11 Page3 of 3

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