BYRD et al v. AARON'S, INC. et al
ORDER granting 523 Motion for Reconsideration. As Wyoming now recognizes the tort of invasion of privacy, Plaintiff's Motion for Reconsideration (Doc. 523) is GRANTED. Accordingly, the Court's March 31, 2014 Memorandum Order (Doc. 339) i s VACATED to the extent that it dismissed Plaintiffs' invasion of privacy claim under Wyoming law. Plaintiff's invasion of privacy claim is REINSTATED. This matter hereby is STAYED and ADMINISTRATIVELY CLOSED for a period of thirty (30) day s, until April 6, 2018. During this period, the parties and their counsel shall personally meet and confer about the following: (1) what the next steps should be in this already seven-year-old case; (2) the ramifications of todays decision on the iss ue of class certification; and (3) whether additional mediation efforts would be beneficial in this case. On or before April 6, 2018, the parties shall file a joint status report indicating their respective positions on these issues and a proposed schedule for any proposed next steps. It is expected that the parties and their counsel will make every effort to reach consensus on these issues. See contents of this filing. Signed by Judge Cathy Bissoon on 3/7/18. (rdl)
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