[PROPOSED] ORDER CONTINUING CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
JOSEPH C. SPERO, Chief Magistrate Judge.
This Stipulation is entered into by and among Plaintiff Scott Holdings, Inc. ("Plaintiff" or "Scott Holdings") and Defendants Franlogic Scout Development, LLC ("Franlogic"), Ed Samane, Lisa Kornstein, Howard Soloway, and Steve Pruitt (collectively, "Defendants")(Plaintiff and Defendants, collectively "the Parties"), by and through their respective counsel.
WHEREAS, at the initial Case Management Conference on December 16, 2016, the Court referred the Parties to ADR for mediation to occur within ninety days;
WHEREAS, on February 6, 2017, counsel for the Parties met with the assigned mediator, Tom Cohen, telephonically. At that meeting, the Parties discussed the concurrent litigation proceeding in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (the "Pennsylvania Action"). Plaintiff had filed a Motion to Dismiss that action and oral argument was to be heard on February 7, 2017. In light of the substantial impact resolution of the Pennsylvania Action would have on the instant proceedings, the Parties agreed to delay mediation until a ruling was issued on the Motion to Dismiss;
WHEREAS, on February 7, 2017, the court in the Pennsylvania Action heard oral argument and ordered the Parties to each file a supplemental brief addressing certain issues that had been raised at argument. The Parties' briefs were filed on February 15, 2017, but as of this writing no ruling has been issued;
WHEREAS, on May 18, 2017, counsel for Plaintiff was informed by Plaintiff's local counsel in the Pennsylvania Action that the court there had requested a transcript of the oral arguments. Although it is presently unknown when the parties will receive a ruling in the Pennsylvania Action, the parties anticipate that a ruling is forthcoming;
WHEREAS, a Case Management Conference is currently set for June 16, 2017, with a Case Management Statement due from the Parties on June 9, 2017;
WHEREAS, the Parties agree that a 90-day continuance of the Case Management Conference will permit more efficient case management, will serve the interests of judicial economy, and will conserve the resources of the Parties and the Court;
NOW, THEREFORE, pursuant to Civil Local Rule 6-2(a), the Parties hereby stipulate and agree, through their respective counsel, as follows:
PURSUANT TO STIPULATION, IT IS SO ORDERED.