Razon et al v. Vyas
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|September 11, 2017
ORDER: The Court hereby ADOPTS the 42 Report and Recommendation. Accordingly, the 34 Joint Motion to Approve Settlement Agreement is GRANTED, the terms of the Settlement Agreement are APPROVED as fair, reasonable, appropriate and in accordance with the law, and the parties are ORDERED to carry out the terms of the settlement agreement promptly and in good faith. Signed by Judge Rudy Lozano on 9/11/2017. (jss)
|July 6, 2017
OPINION AND ORDER: The Court hereby DENIES the 30 Joint Motion to Seal Confidential Settlement Agreement and GIVES LEAVE to the parties to withdraw their Joint Motion to Approve Confidential General Release and Settlement Agreement on or before 7 /14/2017. If they do not do so, the Court will rule on the Joint Motion to Approve the Confidential General Release and Settlement Agreement and will order the Clerk of Court to UNSEAL the Confidential General Release and Settlement Agreement pursuant to this Opinion and Order. Signed by Magistrate Judge John E Martin on 7/6/2017. (jss)
|June 14, 2017
OPINION AND ORDER: The Court TAKES UNDER ADVISEMENT 30 Joint MOTION to Seal Confidential Settlement Agreement by Defendant Daksha Vyas and ORDERS the parties to file a brief by no later than 6/21/2017, as outlined in Order. The Court DIRECTS the Clerk of Court to maintain the Confidential General Release and Settlement Agreement 35 under SEAL until further order of the Court. Signed by Magistrate Judge John E Martin on 6/14/2017. (lhc)
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