Posted Thu, March 22nd, 2018 6:27 pm by Eric M. Fraser
Nowadays the Supreme Court docket dismissed Salt River Venture v. Tesla Electricity Operations Inc. at the request of the parties.
The Supreme Court docket experienced granted certiorari in this circumstance on the question of whether a district-court docket purchase denying antitrust point out-action immunity might be appealed promptly, or only immediately after a closing judgment. The court docket originally established the argument to come about on March 19, but reset the argument for April 17 previously this thirty day period immediately after the parties educated the court docket that the circumstance may well settle.
Earlier this 7 days, the parties stipulated to dismiss the circumstance under Supreme Court docket Rule 46. Underneath that rule, the clerk might dismiss a circumstance without the need of even further action by the court docket if all parties agree in composing. The parties also submitted a comparable stipulation of dismissal in the district court docket. Neither stipulation suggests why the parties agreed to dismiss the circumstance, but the Phoenix Business enterprise Journal reviews that the parties have settled.
[Disclosure: Goldstein & Russell, P.C., whose attorneys contribute to this blog in various capacities, is among the counsel on an amicus brief in support of the respondent in this case. The author of this post is not affiliated with the firm.]
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