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Case 1:05-cv-00424-SLR Document 69 Filed 07/O1/2008 Page 1 of 1 ‘
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· Magistrate Judge Mary Pat Thynge
United States District Court
844 King Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
RE: Doe v. Cape Henlopen School District, et.al.
CA. No.: 05-424 (SLR)
Dear Judge Thynge: -
Pursuant to the scheduling order, the parties are required to inform the Court
whether the case is in a posture for mediation. I write on behalf of the Plaintiffs.
The parties had come to a disagreement as to how and when an IME should be
conducted. A resolution ofthe disagreement was submitted to the Court by means of a
Motion to Comp_e| the exam. The Court has only recently issued an order resolving the
dispute, and the parties are in the process of of scheduling the exam. Thus, at this
time the parties agree that mediation is not appropriate until the exam, and remaining
depositions are conducted. However, both parties are in agreement that mediation
sometime in the foreseeable future would be appropriate. It is suggested that by
November this matter would be ready for mediation. If Your Honor has any time on her
calendar in November, we would appreciate an opportunity to get on your calendar.
Thank you for the Courts consideration. . V
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