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Case 1 :05-cv-00072-JJF Document 18 Filed 05/1 1/2005 Page 1 of 2
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BY EM/ECF
The Honorable Joseph J. F arnan, Jr.
United States District Court
844 North King Street
Wilmington, Delaware 19801
Re: MBIA Ins. Corp. ("MBIA") and Wells Fargo Bank
N.A. ("Wells Fargo") v. Roval. CA. No. 02-1294-JJF
Charles A. Stanziale, Jr. Chapter 7 Trustee of Student Finance
Corp. v. Pepper Hamilton, et al., CA. No. 04-1551-JJF
Charles A. Stanziale, Jr., Chapter 7 Trustee of Student Finance
Copp. v. McGladrey & Pullen LLP, et al., C.A. No. 05-72-JJF
Royal v. Pepper Hamilton, etal., CA. No. 05-165-JJF
Dear Judge Farnan:
We represent plaintiffs and counterclaim defendant Wells Fargo in Civil Action
No. 02-1294. We wnte regarding the letters to the Court dated April, 14, April 15, April 28,
May 6 and May 9, 2005 seeking a joint status conference to consider the schedules for all four of
the proceedings referred to above.
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Case 1:05-cv-00072-JJF Document 18 Filed 05/11/2005 Page 2 of 2
Youivc CoNAwAv STARGATT & TAYLOR, LLP
The Honorable Joseph J. Faman, Jr.
May ll, 2005
Page 2
As the Court is aware, all of the claims asserted by Wells Fargo, as well as by
MBJA, in Case No. 02-1294, have already been adjudicated, as have most of Royal's
counterclaims against those parties. The only remaining claim involving either Wells Fargo or
MBIA is Royal's counterclaim against Wells Fargo for alleged breach of contract.
We respectfully submit that a joint conference with the Court to consider a
schedule for all four of these actions is premature. We request that before any such conference,
consistent with FRCP Rules 16 and 26(f), the various parties to these actions be ordered to
confer regarding a proposed joint schedule that takes into account the different procedural
posture of these cases. We believe proceeding this way makes more sense because it will narrow
the issues to be raised and decided by the Court.
Respectfully submg ed,
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cc: Clerk of the Court (by hand delivery)
Tiffany L. Geyer, Esquire (by hand delivery)
Joseph H. Huston, Jr., Esquire (by hand delivery)
Peter C. Hughes, Esquire (by hand delivery)
William H. Sudell, Jr., Esquire (by hand delivery)
Karen Lee Turner, Esquire (by hand delivery)
Christopher A. Ward, Esquire (by hand delivery)
Christopher M. Wint, Esquire (by hand delivery)
Vernon R. Proctor, Esquire (by hand delivery)
Dawn N. Zubrick, Esquire (by hand delivery)
Michael H. Barr, Esquire (by facsimile)
Bruce S. Haines, Esquire (by facsimile)
Charles Z. Stanziale, Esquire (by facsimile)
Richard Swanson, Esquire (by facsimile)
Neil G. Epstein, Esquire (by facsimile)
Sheryl Auerback, Esquire (by facsimile)
John Grossbart, Esquire (by facsimile)
Elizabeth K. Ainslie, Esquire (by facsimile)
David Pittinsky, Esquire (by facsimile)
Ronald S. Rauchberg, Esquire (by facsimile)
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