United States District Court, D. Nevada
October 27, 2014
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, Plaintiff,
AMG Services, Inc., et al., Defendants, and Park Relief, Defendants.
DANIEL G. BOGDEN, United States Attorney, District of Nevada, BLAINE T. WELSH, Assistant United States Attorney, Las Vegas, Nevada, JONATHAN NUECHTERLEIN, General Counsel, NIKHIL SINGHVI, JASON D. SCHALL, HELEN P. WONG, IOANA RUSU, LaSHAWN M. JOHNSON, COURTNEY A. ESTEP, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, D.C., PAUL C. RAY, PAUL C. RAY, CHTD., Las Vegas, NV, Attorney for Plaintiff, Federal Trade Commission.
STIPULATION AND PROPOSED ORDER TO STAY CASE AS TO TROY LITTLEAXE, JR.
CAM FERENBACH, District Judge.
Pursuant to L.R. 7-1, Plaintiff Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") and Defendant Troy LittleAxe, Jr. ("Defendant LittleAxe") hereby stipulate to stay all proceedings and deadlines in this case as to the Defendant LittleAxe. In support of this stipulation, the FTC and Defendant LittleAxe state as follows:
1.FTC counsel and Defendant LittleAxe have reached possible resolution of this matter against Defendant LittleAxe which would resolve the current proceedings against him via a proposed stipulated order for permanent injunctive relief.
2.The FTC is an independent federal agency. All settlements recommended by FTC counsel must be voted on by the full Commission. The process may take several weeks or more. If the Commission approves the proposed stipulated order for permanent injunction, the FTC will submit a motion and the proposed order to the Court for approval.
3.Any continued proceedings as to Defendant LittleAxe while the Commission is conducting its approval process would, therefore, constitute a waste of judicial time and resources, as well as those of the undersigned parties.
4.This stipulation and the relief requested apply only to Defendant LittleAxe.
WHEREFORE, the FTC and Troy LittleAxe, Jr. jointly request an indefinite stay of all proceedings in this matter as to Troy LittleAxe, Jr., as well as all deadlines imposed by the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and the Local Rules of the United States District Court for the District of NevR.
IT IS SO ORDERED.