Capitol Specialty Insurance Corp. v. Jenzeh et al
ORDER 34 Approving Stipulation to Stay Declaratory Action. Case is Stayed. Motions terminated: 32 STIPULATION WITH PROPOSED ORDER Stipulation Regarding Case Management Conference and Motion to Dismiss or Stay filed by Capitol Spe cialty Insurance Corp., 33 STIPULATION WITH PROPOSED ORDER re 30 Amended MOTION to Dismiss of Stay Stipulation to Extend Briefing Deadlines Re: Motion to Dismiss or Stay filed by Capitol Specialty Insurance Corp., 22 MO TION to Dismiss or Stay filed by Omni Enviro, LLC, Michael Jenzeh, Stefanie Jenzeh, 34 STIPULATION WITH PROPOSED ORDER to Stay Declaratory Action filed by Omni Enviro, LLC, Quantum Biotek Pty, Ltd., Michael Jenzeh, Capitol Specialty Insurance Corp., Stefanie Jenzeh, 30 Amended MOTION to Dismiss of Stay filed by Omni Enviro, LLC, Michael Jenzeh, Stefanie Jenzeh. Signed by Judge Ronald M. Whyte on 11/18/13. (jgS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 11/18/2013)
GRAIF BARRETT & MATURA, P.C.
Jay R. Graif, State Bar No. 160047
1850 North Central Avenue, Suite 500
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
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Attorneys for Plaintiff Capitol Specialty Insurance Corp.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Case No. C-13-00564 RMW
CAPITOL SPECIALTY INSURANCE
CORP., a foreign insurer licensed to do
business in the State of California,
 ORDER APPROVING
STIPULATION TO STAY
(Assigned to Hon. Ronald M. Whyte)
MICHAEL JENZEH AND STEFANIE
JENZEH, husband and wife; OMNI
ENVIRO, LLC., a California limited
liability company; and QUANTUM
BIOTEK PTY. LTD., an Australian
proprietary limited company;
Upon reading and approving the parties’ Stipulation to Stay Declaratory Action,
and good cause appearing therefore,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:
This lawsuit is STAYED in its entirety pending resolution of the underlying and
related lawsuit, Quantum Biotek Pty. Ltd. v. Michael Jenzeh et al., pending in this Court,
cause number CV 12 1809 RMW.
All motion hearing dates and other dates and deadlines in this case are VACATED
without prejudice. The parties shall notify the Court of the resolution of the Quantum
litigation within 21 days after said resolution.
HON. RONALD M. WHYTE
Judge of the United States District Court
4829-0664-5782, v. 1
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