BioPure Healing Products, LLC v. WellNX Life Sciences, Inc
MINUTE ORDER: Plaintiff may file an optional response to defendants' 65 Supplement by no later than Friday, September 15, 2017. Authorized by Hon. James P. Donohue. (SWT)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
BIOPURE HEALING PRODUCTS,
Case No. C17-470-RSL-JPD
WELLNX LIFE SCIENCES, INC., et
The following minute order is made at the direction of the Court, the Honorable
James P. Donohue, United States Magistrate Judge:
This matter comes before the Court upon the parties’ numerous submissions in
response to the Court’s directive that the parties meet and confer to discuss an appropriate
injunction bond under Fed. R. Civ. P. 65(c). Dkts. 60, 62, 65. Specifically, the Court directed
the parties to either submit a stipulation, or if they are unable to agree, submit separate
submissions explaining their respective positions. Dkt. 49 at 29.
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To date, the parties have been unable to reach an agreement as to the appropriate bond
amount in this case. On September 7, 2017, defendants asked the Court to set the bond at
$474,400. Dkt. 60. By contrast, plaintiff asks the Court to find that the cost to defendants of
complying with the preliminary injunction issued by the Court will be no more than $45,000,
and therefore set a bond amount of no more than $45,000. Dkt. 62.
On September 11, 2017, defendants submitted a “supplement” to their prior response,
which was neither requested nor authorized by the Court’s Report and Recommendation. Dkt.
65. Plaintiff may file an optional response to defendants’ “supplement” by no later than
Friday, September 15, 2017. Absent an Order of the Court directing additional briefing, no
further submissions regarding the bond will be considered.
The Clerk is directed to send a copy of this Minute Order to counsel for all parties.
DATED this 11th day of September, 2017.
William M. McCool
Clerk of the Court
s/ Sharita Tolliver
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