McHale v. Silicon Valley Law Group

Filing 273

ORDER GRANTING re 272 Letter filed by Silicon Valley Law Group for extension of time to 10/8/13 to file proposed schedule for post-trial briefing. Signed by Judge Joseph C. Spero on 9/27/13. (klhS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 9/30/2013)

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Lerch Sturmer LLP Attorneys and Counselors at Law 425 California St., Ste. 2400, San Francisco, CA 94104 Ph: (415) 217-6342 Fax: (415) 217-2782 E-mail: September 27, 2013 Magistrate Judge Joseph C. Spero United States District Court Northern District of California Courtroom G – 15th Floor 450 Golden Gate Avenue San Francisco, CA 94110 Re: E-FILED & U.S. MAIL McHale v. Silicon Valley Law Group Action No.: CV 10-04864 JCS Dear Judge Spero: I write this letter on behalf of both Lerch Sturmer’s client, defendant Silicon Valley Law Group, and the Golenbock firm’s client, plaintiff Gerard A. McHale, P.A., to request a brief extension of time for the parties to submit to the Court their proposed schedule for the submission of post-trial motions and their position on whether the Court will be asked to rule on the unclean hands defense. Silicon Valley Law Group has started a dialogue with the Trustee regarding the consideration of alternatives to further litigation. The Trustee needs time to speak with its counsel and advisory board. Therefore, additional time is requested to allow the parties to give consideration to a course of action that would be an alternative to further litigation. To this end, the parties respectfully request that the September 28, 2013 deadline to submit a proposed schedule for post-trial motions be extended until October 8, 2013, and that the time for filing post-trial motions, if necessary, be continued until the Court sets such a date after hearing from us on October 8, 2013 I NO RT Spero A H ER seph C. LI Judge Jo ERED R NIA ORD T IS SO FO S UNIT ED Dated: 9/27/13 RT U O ISTRIC ES D TC AT T N F D IS T IC T O R C Respectfully submitted, LERCH STURMER LLP /s/ Debra Steel Sturmer

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