United States District Court, D. Nevada
DIAMOND RESORTS INTERNATIONAL, INC., a Delaware corporation; DIAMOND RESORTS CORPORATION, a Maryland corporation; DIAMOND RESORTS U.S. COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; and DIAMOND RESORTS MANAGEMENT, INC., an Arizona corporation, Plaintiffs,
REED HEIN & ASSOCIATES, LLC, d/b/a TIMESHARE EXIT TEAM, a Washington limited liability company; BRANDON REED, an individual and citizen of the State of Washington; TREVOR HEIN, an individual and citizen of Canada; THOMAS PARENTEAU, an individual and citizen of the State of Washington; HAPPY HOUR MEDIA GROUP, LLC, a Washington limited liability company; MITCHELL REED SUSSMAN, ESQ. d/b/a THE LAW OFFICES OF MITCHELL REED SUSSMAN & ASSOCIATES, an individual citizen of the State of California; SCHROETER, GOLDMARK & BENDER, P.S. A Washington professional services corporation; and KEN B. PRIVETT, ESQ., a citizen of Oklahoma, Defendants.
S. LARSEN, ESQ., DAVID T. GLUTH, II, ESQ., DIONE C. WRENN,
ESQ., GORDON REES SCULLY MANSUKHANI, LLP Attorneys for
Defendants Reed Hein & Associates, Brandon Reed, Trevor
Hein and Thomas Parenteau.
LEVENSON, P.A., DANIEL J. BARSKY, ESQ., SHUTTS & BOWEN
LLP, KIMBERLY MAXON-RUSHTON, ESQ., R. SCOTT RASMUSSEN, ESQ.,
ALFRED J. BENNINGTON, JR., ESQ., GLENNYS ORTEGA RUBIN, ESQ.,
SHUTTS & BOWEN LLP, Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
STIPULATION AND ORDER TO EXTEND TIME TO FILE REPLY
BRIEFS IN SUPPORT OF MOTIONS TO DISMISS (FIRST
to Local Rules 6-1 and 7-1, Plaintiffs DIAMOND RESORTS
INTERNATIONAL, INC.; DIAMOND RESORTS CORPORATION; DIAMOND
RESORTS U.S. COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT, LLC; and DIAMOND RESORTS
MANAGEMENT, INC., (“Plaintiffs”), and Defendants
REED HEIN & ASSOCIATES, LLC d/b/a TIMESHARE EXIT TEAM;
BRANDON REED; and TREVOR HEIN (“Reed Hein
Defendants”) and HAPPY HOUR MEDIA GROUP, LLC
(“Happy Hour”), by and through their respective
attorneys of record, stipulate as follows:
Plaintiffs filed their Complaint on December 6, 2017 [ECF No.
Reed Hein Defendants filed a motion to dismiss. [ECF No. 22].
Court dismissed certain claims and the individual defendants
from the lawsuit and allowed Plaintiffs to file an amended
complaint. [ECF No. 50].
Plaintiffs filed their Amended Complaint for Damages and
Injunctive Relief (“Amended Complaint”) on
January 4, 2019 [ECF No. 59].
Amended Complaint in this case involves complex claims of
business tort, unfair business practices, and false
parties agreed to an extension of time for Reed Hein
Defendants and Happy Hour to respond to the Amended Complaint
until February 28, 2019. [ECF No. 71] and [ECF No. 73].
February 28, 2019, Reed Hein Defendants filed its Motion for
Partial Dismissal of Amended Complaint [ECF No. 87].
February 28, 2019, Happy Hour filed its Motion to Dismiss
Amended Complaint. [ECF No. 88].
parties agreed to an extension of time for Plaintiffs to file
their responses to Reed Hein Defendants and Happy Hours'
Motions to Dismiss until March 25, 2019 in order for
Plaintiffs to fully brief the legal issues. [ECF No. 94].
March 25, 2019, Plaintiffs filed their Memorandum of Points
and Authorities in Opposition to Reed Hein Defendants and
Happy Hour's Motions to Dismiss. [ECF No. 96 and 97]. The
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