Order to Stay Proceedings in Connection With Nextel's Motion to Vacate Consent Decree and to Establish Notice and Publish Comment Procedures for Motion to Modify Final Judgment

Date: 
Sunday, June 13, 1999
Document Type: 
Modification/Termination Papers
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,    

                  Plaintiff,

                  v.

MOTOROLA, INC. and
NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS, INC.,   

                  Defendants.


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No. CIV. A. 9402331 (TFH)

Filed: March 2, 1999



ORDER TO STAY PROCEEDINGS IN CONNECTION WITH NEXTEL'S MOTION TO
VACATE CONSENT DECREE AND TO ESTABLISH NOTICE AND
PUBLIC COMMENT PROCEDURES FOR MOTION TO MODIFY FINAL JUDGMENT

Nextel Communications, Inc. ("Nextel"), having moved for an order modifying the Final Judgment entered by this Court on July 25, 1995, and Plaintiff, the United States of America, having tentatively consented to the motion, and Plaintiff and Nextel having agreed, that (1) the proceedings in connection with Nextel's Motion to Vacate Consent Decree, filed February 16, 1999 be stayed; and (2) that interested persons should be given an opportunity to submit comments concerning the proposed modification of the Final Judgment, and it appearing to the Court desirable to stay such proceedings and invite such comments, and in consideration of the Stipulation of the parties dated June 13, 1999it is:

ORDERED, that the proceedings in connection with Nextel's Motion to Vacate Consent Decree, filed February 16, 1999, be stayed pending final resolution of the Motion To Modify Final Judgment; and it is:

FURTHER ORDERED, that Nextel publish at its own expense a notice in two consecutive issues of (a) The Wall Street Journal and (b) Communications Week International, and file proof of such publication with the Court; and it is:

FURTHER ORDERED, that the United States publish a notice in the Federal Register; and it is:

FURTHER ORDERED, that copies of all comments received by the Plaintiff and the Plaintiff's response thereto shall be filed with this Court by Plaintiff within thirty (30) days after the conclusion of the thirty (30) day public comment period; and it is:

FURTHER ORDERED, that this Court will not rule upon the Motion To Modify Final Judgment until it has received copies of any comments and the United States' response to those comments.

DONE, this ________________day of ___________________, 1999.

_______________________________
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

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