GROSSMAN et al v. MERRILL LYNCH & CO., INC. et al
ORDER THAT THE SITTHIDETHS'S MOTION (DOC. NOS. 1009, 1013) IS DENIED. SIGNED BY HONORABLE LEGROME D. DAVIS ON 3/28/16. 3/28/16 ENTERED AND COPIES MAILED AND E-MAILED.(mbh, ) Modified on 3/28/2016 (lisad, ).
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
DVI, INC. SECURITIES LITIGATION
AND NOW, this 28th day of March, 2016, upon consideration of the moving papers filed
by Kam Sitthidet and Ron Sitthideth (together, “the Sitthideths”), requesting exclusion from this
Class action, and requesting to opt out of the Stipulations and the Settlements between Lead
Plaintiffs and Defendants, and upon further consideration of the papers submitted by Counsel for
Lead Plaintiffs and the Class, Clinton A. Krislove, Esq. and Michael R. Karnuth, Esq. of
Krislove & Associates, Ltd., and the papers submitted by Defendants Deloitte & Touche LLP,
Harry T. J. Roberts, and John P. Boyle,1 it is hereby ORDERED that the Sitthideths’s Motion
(Doc. Nos. 1009, 1013) is DENIED.
BY THE COURT:
/s/ Legrome D. Davis
Legrome D. Davis, J.
See Sitthideths’s “Motion to Reconsider a Few Class Members” (Doc. No. 1009); L. Pls./Class
Counsel’s Resp. (Doc. No. 1010); “Sitthidet Response and Rebuttal,” with Ex. B, the Sitthideths’s TD
Ameritrade statement (Doc. No. 1013); L. Pls./Class Counsel’s Reply (Doc. No. 1014), with Ex. 1, K.
Sitthidet’s letter, dated Sept. 17, 2015 (Doc. No. 1014-2). See also Def. Deloitte’s letter, dated Oct. 1,
2015 (Doc. No. 1016), requesting reconsideration of the Order, dated Sept. 23, 2015; Defs. Roberts’s and
Boyle’s letter, dated Jan. 28, 2016, joining in Deloitte’s letter request (Doc. No. 1021). See further L.
Pls./Class Counsel’s “Position on Sitthideths’ Request to Be Excluded” (Doc. No. 1018); L. Pls./Class
Counsel’s Submission, with J. Bravata Decl., dated Jan. 28, 2016, and Exs. 1-2 (Doc. No. 1020).
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