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If Plaintiff cannot amend his Complaint without including confidential discovery from the Frey case, his leave to amend will be denied. If as a result of this ruling, Plaintiff determines that he no longer wishes to amend his Complaint, he shall withdraw his Motion to Amend with Leave of the Court (ECF No. 108) within 14 days of this Order; otherwise, he shall supplement his motion with a proposed Amended Complaint by March 2, 2016 as previously ordered.

—Letter Order, Kimberlin v. Hunton & Williams LLP, et al., Case No. 15-CV-00723-GJH (D. Md. Feb. 4, 2016)Doom Calendar

Tick, tock.

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