“Although the [c]ourt finds [p]laintiff arguments for civil contempt compelling, [d]efendants have now come into compliance, thus rendering it unnecessary for the [c]ourt to address sanctions and attorneys’ fees,” wrote U.S. District Judge Raymond A. Jackson of the Eastern District of Virginia. “Further, [d]efendants provided a good-faith defense for delaying compliance with the [c]ourt’s [o]rder. Therefore, the [c]ourt does not find [d]efendants in civil contempt.”