Shaw v. Interthinx, Inc. et al
ORDER: The stay previously entered by my Order [# 199 ], filed 2/24/2014, is LIFTED to the extent necessary to facilitate consideration of the Joint Motion to Modify Scheduling Order to Extend Amendment of Pleadings Deadline and to Amend the First Amended Complaint [# 218 ], filed 10/1/2014. In all other respects, this case continues to be STAYED pending further order of the court. Joint Status Report due by 1/31/2015. By Judge Robert E. Blackburn on 10/2/2014. (alowe)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Judge Robert E. Blackburn
Civil Action No. 13-cv-01229-REB-BNB
CELESTE SHAW; and
JUDITH VERHEECKE, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated,
INTERTHINX, INC., a California Corporation;
VERISK ANALYTICS, INC., a Delaware Corporation; and
JEFFREY MOYER, an individual,
This matter is before me sua sponte. As required by my previous Order [#217],
filed September 16, 2014, the parties were required to file a joint status to advise the
court about the progress of their settlement. The parties have complied with that
directive and have shown that they have made substantial progress toward finalizing the
settlement. (See Joint Status Report [#219], filed October 1, 2014.) However, they
also recently filed their Joint Motion To Modify Scheduling Order To Extend
Amendment of Pleadings Deadline and To Amend the First Amended
Complaint ([#218], filed October 1, 2014), by which they seek to amend the pleadings
to add parties and claims to this action which currently are part of two other, but related,
class action lawsuits, all of which are part of the parties’ proposed settlement. Their
request to continue to stay is inconsistent with this request for affirmative relief from the
court. Although that the stay may be continued in all other respects, it must be lifted in
order to allow the court to consider the parties’ motion. Moreover, given the history of
this case, the court finds it prudent to extend the length of the request stay beyond the
date requested by the parties.
THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED as follows:
1. That the stay previously entered by my Order [#199], filed February 24, 2014,
is LIFTED to the extent necessary to facilitate consideration of the Joint Motion To
Modify Scheduling Order To Extend Amendment of Pleadings Deadline and To
Amend the First Amended Complaint ([#218], filed October 1, 2014;
2. That in all other respects, this case continues to be STAYED pending further
order of the court; and
3. That by January 31, 2015, the parties SHALL FILE a joint status report
apprising the court of the progress and status of the case.
Dated October 2, 2014, at Denver, Colorado.
BY THE COURT:
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