LIBERTY PROPERTY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP v. MIDDOUGH CONSULTING INC.
Letter Order Appointing Mediator, ALAN G. LESNEWICH appointed. Signed by Magistrate Judge Madeline C. Arleo on 09/05/08. (cc, )
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY (973) 297-4903
CHAMBERS OF MADELINE COX ARLEO UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE UNITED STATES COURT HOUSE NEWARK, NJ 07101-0999
LET T ER-O R D ER O R I G I N A L FILED W IT H THE CLERK OF THE COURT
September 5, 2008 Michael J. Barrie, Esquire Schnader, Harrison, Segal & Lewis, LLP 1600 Market Street, Suite 3600 Philadelphia, PA 19103 Thomas M. Madden, Esquire Hack, Piro, O'Day, Merklinger, Wallace & McKenna, Esquires 30 Columbia Turnpike, PO Box 941 Florham Park, New Jersey 07932-0941 Re: Liberty Property Limited Partnership v.s. Middough Consulting Inc. Civil Action No. 08-1989 (JBS) Dear Counsel: *ALAN G. LESNEWICH, ESQUIRE is designated as the mediator in this civil action, which has been referred to mediation pursuant to Local Civil Rule 301.1 of this Court. Your attention is directed to that rule, together with the accompanying Guidelines for Mediation. The mediator will contact you shortly to discuss the mediation process. Within fourteen (14) days from the date of this Letter-Order you should submit to the mediator, on a confidential and ex parte basis, a double-spaced position paper not longer than 10 pages in length. Pleadings and discovery materials should not be submitted to the mediator unless specifically requested. Please remember that counsel and parties are required to participate in the mediation process in good faith. The Court expects that the responsible attorney will attend each mediation session and that, as requested by the mediator, the party or appropriate party representative will also attend. SO ORDERED s/ Madeline Cox Arleo United States Magistrate Judge *Alan G. Lesnewich, Esquire Fisher and Phillips, LLP 430 Mountain Avenue Murray Hill, New Jersey 07974 (908) 516-1050
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