McHale v. Silicon Valley Law Group

Filing 279

ORDER GRANTING re 278 Letter filed by Silicon Valley Law Group for a 15-day extension of time to submit a proposed schedule for post-trial motions. Signed by Judge Joseph C. Spero on 11/18/13. (klhS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 11/18/2013)

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Lerch Sturmer LLP Attorneys and Counselors at Law 425 California St., Ste. 2400, San Francisco, CA 94104 Ph: (415) 217-6341 Fax: (415) 217-2782 E-mail: November 14, 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: McHale v. Silicon Valley Law Group Action No.: CV 10-04864 JCS Dear Judge Spero: We write this letter jointly on behalf of the Trustee and Silicon Valley Law Group. We are pleased to advise that the parties have reached an agreement in principle to resolve all phases of this matter on a confidential basis. Agreements to consummate the settlement are now being drafted, and we anticipate that after those documents are executed, a stipulated judgment will be submitted to the Court in the near future. We are attempting to have settlement documents executed by the end of this month. Accordingly, we request that the Court grant one more 15 day extension for submitting a proposed schedule for post-trial motions to allow time for execution of the settlement documents and submission to the Court of pleadings that will close this case in the United States District Court. CT C RT A H ER C. Spero FO NO seph Judge Jo R NIA ERED O ORD IT IS S LI UNIT ED Dated: 11/18/13 S TE TA RT U O S On behalf of both parties, we thank the Court for its work and guidance throughout the Case. DISTRI N F D IS T IC T O R cc: Michael Devorkin, Esq. C Respectfully submitted, LERCH STURMER LLP /s / Jerome N. Lerch

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