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Court Order Denying Righthaven’s Opposed Motion for Enlargement of Time to File a Response to Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss

Court Order Denying Righthaven’s Opposed Motion for Enlargement of Time to File a Response to Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss

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Court Order Denying Righthaven’s Opposed Motion for Enlargement of Time to File a Response to Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss in Righthaven LLC v. Brian D. Hill, Case No. 11-cv-00211 (D. Colo. April 7, 2011)
Court Order Denying Righthaven’s Opposed Motion for Enlargement of Time to File a Response to Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss in Righthaven LLC v. Brian D. Hill, Case No. 11-cv-00211 (D. Colo. April 7, 2011)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Judge John L. KaneCivil Action No.
1:11-cv-00211-JLKRIGHTHAVEN LLC
, a Nevada Limited Liability CompanyPlaintiff,v.
BRIAN D. HILL
, an individual,Defendant.
ORDER 
This matter is currently before me on Plaintiff’s Opposed Motion for Enlargement of Time to File a Response to Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss (doc. 14). Citing the diligent andgood faith efforts it has made over the past month and a half to resolve this matter via settlementand its anticipated resolution of this matter in the near future, Plaintiff seeks a three week extension of time to file its response to Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss.It is an unusual circumstance when a party engaged in a settlement negotiation opposes amotion for an extension of time. Despite Plaintiff’s veiled invitation to do so, I do not questionwhether Defendant is acting in good faith to settle this case. In light of Defendant’s response tothe instant motion, I am more inclined to question whether the parties are engaged in anymeaningful settlement negotiations at all. Notwithstanding these issues, however, whether or notthis case settles is not my primary concern. Although Plaintiff’s business model relies in largepart upon reaching settlement agreements with a minimal investment of time and effort, thepurpose of the courts is to provide a forum for the orderly, just, and timely resolution of 
Case 1:11-cv-00211-JLK Document 16 Filed 04/07/11 USDC Colorado Page 1 of 2

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