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Date: 06-21-2022

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Torie Belle Cosmetics, LLC v. Cnythia McKnight, et al.

Case Number: 21-CV-145-RSL

Judge: Robert S. Lasnik

Court: United States District Court for the Western District of Washington (King County)

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Defendant's Attorney: James F. Williams and Zachary E. Davison

Description: Seattle, Washington commercial litigation lawyers represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on a breach of contract theory claiming more than $75,000 in damages.

Plaintiff Tori Belle Cosmetics LLC (“Tori Belle”) and Defendants Cynthia McKnight, Ashley Burdine, Lyndsey Yocom, and Amber Michele Miraya (collectively, “Defendants” and together with Plaintiff, the “Parties”) submit the following Stipulation.

1. Plaintiff filed its Complaint on February 4, 2021, Dkt. 1, its First Amended Complaint on March 4, 2021, Dkt. 5, and its Second Amended Complaint on May 5, 2021, Dkt. 23;

2. The Court entered a Minute Order Setting Trial Date and Related Dates on June 3, 2021, setting a trial date of September 12, 2022, and entering pretrial dates, Dkt. 28;

3. Defendants moved to dismiss the Second Amended Complaint on May 19, 2021, Dkt. 26, which motion remains pending;

4. The Parties have met and conferred regarding the trial schedule and related dates, and wish to strike the existing case schedule to be replaced by an amended case schedule after the Court adjudicates Defendants' May 19, 2021 motion to dismiss (if such motion is not granted without leave to amend).
Tori Belle Cosmetics LLC v. McKnight (W.D. Wash. 2022)

Outcome: NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties hereby stipulate to the case schedule being stricken, and the Court's entry of an amended case schedule setting trial approximately one year from the date of its order on the motion to dismiss (if such motion is not granted without leave to amend).

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