Port of Bellingham v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Company
ORDER dismissing this case with prejudice and without costs; striking as moot parties' 23 Stipulated Motion to Stay and 21 Joint Motion to Compel Production; In the event that the Port of Bellingham does not approve the settlement or the settlement is otherwise not perfected, either party may move to reopen and trial will be scheduled, provided such motion is filed within 90 days of the date of this Order, signed by Judge Thomas S. Zilly. (SWT)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
PORT OF BELLINGHAM,
STATE FARM FIRE AND
THIS MATTER comes before the Court on the parties’ stipulated motion to stay,
14 docket no. 23, indicating that a settlement has been reached. The mediator, Thomas V.
15 Harris, has also advised the Court that this matter has been resolved, conditioned solely
16 on the approval of the Port of Bellingham. Notice (docket no. 24). The Port of
17 Bellingham Commissioners will consider the proposed settlement on December 19, 2017.
18 See Stip. Mot. (docket no. 23). Because no issue remains for the Court’s determination,
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED that this case is DISMISSED with
20 prejudice and without costs. The parties’ stipulated motion to stay, docket no. 23, and
21 their discovery motion submitted pursuant to Local Civil Rule 37(a)(2), docket no. 21,
22 are both STRICKEN as moot.
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In the event that the Port of Bellingham does not approve the settlement or the
2 settlement is otherwise not perfected, either party may move to reopen and trial will be
3 scheduled, provided such motion is filed within 90 days of the date of this Order.
The Clerk is directed to send a copy of this Order to all counsel of record.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated this 5th day of December, 2017.
Thomas S. Zilly
United States District Judge
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