Doe v. Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University et al
AGREED DISMISSAL ORDER. Signed by District Judge Michael F. Urbanski on 6/6/17. (sas)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA
JUN 0 S 2017
STATE UNIVERSITY, eta/,
Civil Action No.: 7:17-cv-00176
AGREED DISMISSAL ORDER
Pursuant to Rule 41 (a)(2) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the Parties, by
counsel, advised the Court that they had compromised and settled all issues in dispute
and entered into a written Settlement Agreement. The parties represent that the
Settlement Agreement is a scholastic record under Virginia Code§ 2.2-3700, et seq.
and an education record under 20 U.S.C. § 1232g, et seq., which representations the
Court accepts. The Court shall retain jurisdiction over this matter for purposes of
enforcing the terms of the Parties' settlement. On the Parties' joint motion, it is
accordingly ADJUDGED and ORDERED that this action be, and the same hereby is,
dismissed with prejudice, with each party to pay its costs and attorney fees.
The Clerk of this Court is directed to strike this case from the Court's active
docket and send a copy of t k t o counsel of record.
__/if_ day of June 2017.
United States DistridJudge
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE & STATE UNIVERSITY
/s/ M. Hudson McClanahan
Kay K. Heidbreder, VSB No. 22288
University Legal Counsel and
Special Assistant Attorney General
M. Hudson McClanahan, VSB No. 46363
Stephen Capaldo, VSB No. 74045
Associate University Legal Counsel and Special Assistant Attorney General
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
236 Burruss Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061
(540) 231-6474 facsimile
Counsel for Defendant VPI & SU
Seen and Agreed to:
/s/ Jesse R. Binnall
Jesse R. Binnall, VSB No. 79292
Louise Gitcheva, VSB No. 86200
HARVEY & BINNALL, PLLC
717 King Street, Suite 300
Alexandria, VA 22314
Tel: (703) 888-1943
Fax: (703) 888-1930
Counsel for Plaintiff John Doe
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