L.A. Printex Industries, Inc. v. Fabritex, Inc. et al
||L.A. Printex Industries, Inc.
||Fabritex, Inc., Unger Fabrik, LLC, J.C. Penney Corporation, Inc. and DOES
||September 22, 2008
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Western Division - Los Angeles Office
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||17:101 Copyright Infringement
|Jury Demanded By:
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|November 16, 2009
ORDER by Judge John F. Walter: Upon review of the parties Stipulation for Dismissal Pursuant to FRCP 41(a)(1)(A)(ii) 17 , and for good cause appearing, this action is to be dismissed without prejudice with this dismissal subject to the provisions of the settlement agreement which has been entered into by the parties and which precipitates this dismissal; Upon completion of the payment and other terms set forth in the settlement agreement referenced herein above, Plaintiff is to file a revised with prejudice dismissal of this action; Each party is to bear its own costs and fees as incurred against one another. (Made JS-6. Case Terminated.) (jp)
|July 24, 2009
ORDER REGARDING STIPULATED PROTECTIVE ORDER 13 by Magistrate Judge Stephen J. Hillman: To expedite the flow of discovery material, facilitate the prompt resolution of disputes over confidentiality, protect adequately material entitled to be kept co nfidential, and ensure that protection is afforded only to material so entitled, it is, pursuant to the Court's authority under Rule 26(c) of the FRCP and with the consent of the parties, ORDERED: Non-disclosure of Stamped Confidential Documents. (See document for further details.) (pcl)
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