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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
V. C.A. No. 05~72—IIF
MCGLADREY 8.: PULLEN LLP, et al.,
V` C.A. No. 05-l65—JJF l
PEPPER HAMILTON LLP, et al.,
STIPULATION AND ORDER EXTENDING TIME FOR CERTAIN PARTIES TO
SUBMIT LETTERS REGARDING SUMMARY JUDGMENT
Come now McGladrey & Pullen, LLP; Freed Maxick & Battaglia CPAs PC; Freed
Maxick Sachs & Murphy, P.C.; Michael Aquino; Royal Indemnity Company; and Chartes A.
Stanziale, Jr., as Chapter 7 Trustee (collectively, the “Stipulation Parties"), by counsel, and state:
By the Second Amended Case Management Order ttl, dated June 14, 2007, this Court
established July 30, 2007 as the deadline for the pa1ties’ submission to the Court of letters
regarding issues to be raised on summary judgment. The Stipulation Parties subsequently
participated in a confidential mediation and have reached a binding settlement subject to 5I1&l
documentation and approval by the Bankruptcy Court. Because the Stiputation Parties have
reached agreement to resolve all claims between them in the abovecaptioned matters, and in
order to avoid furthr time and expense of litigation for the parties and the Court, the Stipuiation
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Parties respectfully submit that tiling letters regarding summary judgment is unnecessary at this
Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure l6, therefore, the Stipulation Parties stipulate
and agree and move the Court for entry of an order as follows:
l. The July 30, 2007 deadline for the submission of letters to the Court
regarding summary judgment issues, only insofar as it applies to claims between the Stipulation
Parties, shall be adjourned until further notice by the Court.
2. In the event that that the final closing ofthe settlement agreements among
the Stipulation Parties fails or becomes impossible, the Stipulation Parties shall promptly notify
the Court and shall submit a joint proposed deadline for the submission of letters to the Court
regarding summary judgment.
3. This Stipulation may be executed by facsimile andfor in original multiple
counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original.
/s/ David E. Wilks /s/ P/riizp Trainer, Jr.
REED SMITH LLP ASHBY & GEDDES
David E. Wilks (No. 2793) Lawrence C. Ashby (No. 4686)
Thad J. Braeegirdle (No. 3691) Philip Trainer, Jr. (No.2788)
120 Market Street, Suite 1500 Tiffany L. Geyer (No. 3950)
Wilmington, DE 19801 Andrew D. Cordo (No. 4534)
Phone: 302—778—7500 22.2 Delaware Avenue, l7th Floor
Fax: 302-778-7575 Wilmington, DE l9899
Attorneys for Dejbndams Freed Moxie/c & Fax: 302·654-2067
Batmglia CPAs, PC cmd Freed Mczxick Sac/as
& Murphy, P.C. Ariorneysfor Plc1inryj’R0yaZ Indemnity
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DUANE MORRIS LLP THE BAYARD FIRM
Michael R. Lastowslci (No. 3892) Charlene D. Davis (No. 2336)
Christopher M. Winter (No. 4163) 222 Delaware Avenue, Suite 900
1100 North Market Street, Suite 1200 P.O. Box 25130
Wiimingtoa, DE 19801-1246 Wilmington, DE 19899
Phone: 302-657-4951 Phone: 302-655-5000
Fax: 302—657—4901 Fax: 302—658—6395
Counsel for Defendarzts McGltmf`2·e3¤ & Pullen, Atforneysfor Pla1'rztgj"C/1cz:·Ies A. Stmzziczle, Jr.
LLP and Mic/zael Aquino Chapter 7 Trustee
Dated: July 30, 2007
ORDER GRANTIN G STIPULATION
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that aforesaid Stipulation is allowed.
The Honorable Joseph I . Faman, Ir.
United States District Judge