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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

DISTRICT OF ARIZONA

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE
COMMISSION,

CASE NO. CV-09-01510-PHX-RJB

Plaintiff,

vs.

MAYNARD L. JENKINS,
Defendant.

[PROPOSED] ORDER ON
STIPULATION BETWEEN
PLAINTIFF SEC AND
DEFENDANT MAYNARD
JENKINS RE: SETTLEMENT AND
STAY OF PROCEEDINGS

Plaintiff the Securities and Exchange Commission and defendant
Maynard L. Jenkins have jointly requested a stay of proceedings pending final
approval by the Securities and Exchange Commissioners of a tentative settlement
agreement. The Court hereby GRANTS the request and ORDERS AS
FOLLOWS:
1.

Pending final approval of the parties’ tentative settlement by the

Securities and Exchange Commissioners, any and all pending and/or future
deadlines, including those regarding discovery, disclosures, and motion practice,
shall be stayed;
2.

The Court will not further consider or decide the pending

summary adjudication motion pending completion of the settlement;

[PROPOSED] ORDER ON STIP BTWN SEC &
JENKINS RE: SETTMT & STAY OF PROCEEDINGS

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3.

The failure by any party to participate in depositions or other
discovery being taken in related actions -- including SEC v. Fraser, CV 09-00443
PHX-RJB -- during the pendency of this stay shall not preclude said party from
later taking such deposition or other discovery should the settlement be rejected;
Either party may terminate the stay on fourteen days’ written

4.

notice to the Court and the other party;

5.

In the event that the settlement is not approved, the deadline for

the completion of discovery in this action, as well as all other deadlines, shall be
extended by sixty days from entry of this order.
IT IS SO ORDERED.

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[PROPOSED] ORDER ON STIP BTWN SEC &
JENKINS RE: SETTMT & STAY OF PROCEEDINGS