Cooke et al v. DB 85 Gym Corp et al
ENDORSED LETTER addressed to Judge Alvin K Hellerstein from Corey Stark and Michael J Vollbrecht dated 9/5/2012 re: The case has settled. ENDORSEMENT: A suggestion of settlement having been made, this case is dismissed, subject to restoration by either party within 30 days on notice. All pending court dates are cancelled. The Clerk if directed to close the case. (Signed by Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein on 9/5/2012) (cd)
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September 5, 2012
Han. Alvin K. Helterstein
United States District Court
Southern District of New York
500 Pearl Street
New York, New York 10007
CookelRodino v, DB 85 Gym Corp. e1. al.
Civil Action No,: 1I Civ, 0201 (AKH> (RLE)
Dear Judge Hellerstein:
We are the respective counsel for Plaintiffs and Defendants in the above-referenced
We write to report that on Friday AUiUst 31,2012, the parties agreed in principle to
settle this matter, Defendants' counsel is preparing a proposed settlement agreement, and we
expect to finalize the agreement in the next few weeks.
A conference before Your Honor is scheduled for Friday, September 7, 2012,
Considering that we are in the process of finalizing the settlement, we respectfully request "
cancellation of the conference.
The settlement is strictly confidential. Accordingly, we request that the Court omit
any reference to the settlement in allY conditional order or Pacer bounce.
THE DWECK LAW FIRM:, LLP
Corey Stark (CS-3897)
GORDON & REES LLP
Michael J. Vollbrecht (MV. I 118)
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