Spreadbury v. Bitterroot Public Library et al

Filing 294

Brief/Memorandum in Support re 293 MOTION to Dismiss Plaintiff's Claims for Failure to Comply With Court Order filed by Kenneth S. Bell, Bitterroot Public Library, Robert Brophy, Steven Bruner-Murphy, City of Hamilton, Jennifer B. Lint, Ryan Oster, Nansu Roddy, Trista Smith, Steve Snavely, Jerry Steele. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A, # 2 Exhibit B, # 3 Exhibit C) (Crowley, William)

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Shannon Holdsambeck From: Sent: Michael Spreadbury [mspread@hotmail.com] Tuesday, May 22, 2012 2:49 PM To: Bill Crowley; Tasha Jones; Thomas Leonard; jbsmith@garlington.com; ahpoe@garlington.com Cc: Shannon Holdsambeck Subject: Attachments: Voluntary Dismissal BPL case Motion for voluntary dismissal 5-22-12.docx; Settlement Agreement 5-22-12.docx Dear Attorneys of Record Spreadbury v. Bitterroot Public Library et. al. Asthe Plaintiff in this matter, I have chosen a route for dismissal of this case. I am assuming that a non-monetary settlement prior to preparation for trial will be accepted by your clients. My requests are few, and are contained in the settlement agreement attached. Signatures for agreement are contained in the attached motion for voluntary dismissal which complies with Rule 41 and its associated parameters. While I have no problem with Mr. Jeffrey Smith of GLR, I have no experience with Ms. Harper Poe and assume professional conduct will occur. As for Boone Karlberg, I wish to work with Ross Tilman, or Matt Hayhurst due to no partner, associate, or attorney of record willing to conducta pre-trial conference as was court ordered in this case. I realize an attorney of record from Boone will have to sign this agreement. My phone is 363-3877. This paperwork is being served on the court with my signature, and to the Defendants. Thank you, Michael Spreadbury EXHIBIT A

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