Reno v. Credit Bureau Collection Services, Inc.
JUDGMENT DISMISSING ACTION BY REASON OF SETTLEMENT: this action is DISMISSED in its entirety without prejudice to re-opening upon the motion of any party within 60 days upon a showing that the settlement was not consummated. Signed by Judge Norman A. Mordue. (jmb)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
Civil Action No.
CREDIT BUREAU COLLECTION SERVICES,
INC., doing business as CBCS,
WEISBERG, MEYERS LAW FIRM
5025 North Central Avenue #602
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Attorney for Plaintiff
DENNIS R. KURZ, ESQ.
HISCOCK, BARCLAY LAW FIRM
3 Fountain Plaza
1100 M&T Center
Buffalo, NY 14203-1414
Attorney for Defendant
JOHN P. GAUGHAN, ESQ.
Norman A. Mordue, Chief U.S. District Judge
JUDGMENT DISMISSING ACTION
BASED UPON SETTLEMENT
The Court has been advised by counsel that this action has been settled, or is in the
process of being settled. Counsel has also advised the Court that no infant or incompetent is a
party to this action. Accordingly, pursuant to N.D.N.Y.L.R. 68.2(a), it is hereby
ORDERED, as follows:
1) The above captioned case is hereby DISMISSED in its entirety without prejudice to
re-opening upon the motion of any party within sixty days of the date of the filing of this order
upon a showing that the settlement was not consummated;
2) The dismissal of the above captioned case shall become with prejudice on the thirtyfirst day after the date of the filing of this order unless any party moves to re-open this case within
thirty days of the date of filing of this order upon a showing that the settlement was not
consummated. Upon completion of settlement, the parties are directed to exchange general
releases and file a Stipulation of Discontinuance with the Court that must include language
“that no party hereto is an infant or incompetent" in compliance with N.D.N.Y.L.R. 41.3; and
3) The Clerk shall serve copies of this Judgment upon counsel in this matter by electronic
Dated: May 2, 2012
Syracuse, New York
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