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08-079 - Telos Holdings, Inc. v. X5 Group AB et al


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08-079 - Telos Holdings, Inc. v. X5 Group AB et al
April 10, 2008
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: Defendant X5 Group AB has filed a 17 Motion to Dismiss For Lack of Personal Jurisdiction, to which the plaintiff has 25 responded. The plaintiff does not dispute defendant X5's assertion that this court lacks general personal jurisdiction over it. (Docket No. 25 at 6) Therefore, the court holds that there is no general personal jurisdiction over defendant X5 and will focus, instead, on the issue of whether this court has specificpersonal jurisdiction over this defendant. The plaintiff requests that, "if the Court is unable to decide the motion in Point Classics' favor at this time," the parties be allowed to engage in jurisdictional discovery. (Docket No. 25 at 4) Because the court is unable to rule in the plaintiff's favor on the papers as they stand, it is hereby ORDERED that the stay of discovery is LIFTED so that the parties may engage in discovery relevant to specific personal jurisdiction only for 60 days from the entry of this Order. Following the period of discovery, both parties may file supplemental briefs with regard to the pending jurisdictional issue by 6/30/08. Signed by District Judge Aleta A. Trauger on 4/10/08. (jb)