Levitte v. Google Inc.
Minute Entry: Further Case Management Conference held on 9/14/2009 before Judge James Ware (Date Filed: 9/14/2009), Initial Case Management Conference held on 9/14/2009 before Judge James Ware (Date Filed: 9/14/2009). Deadlines set in 08-cv-03369-JW "In re Google AdWords Litigation: Close of All Discovery as to Class Certification due 5/24/2010. Deadline to file Motion for Class Certificcation on or before 7/9/2010. Motion Hearing for Class Certification set for 9/20/2010 09:00 AM in Courtroom 8, 4th Floor, San Jose. The Court to issue further Order following conference.(Court Reporter Unreported.) (ecg, COURT STAFF) (Date Filed: 9/14/2009)
Levitte v. Google Inc.
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA *E-FILED* TOTAL TIME: 45 mins CIVIL MINUTES Judge: James Ware Date: September 14, 2009 Case No.: C-08-03369 JW Related Case No.: C 09-03414 JW Courtroom Deputy: Elizabeth Garcia Court Reporter: Unreported Special Master: N/A Interpreter: N/A TITLE In re Google Adwords Litigation Related Case: Bolaji Olabode v. Google Inc. Attorney(s) for Plaintiff(s): Willem Jonkheer (in 08-03369); No appearance made in 09-03414 Attorney(s) for Defendant(s): Leo Norton; No appearance made in 09-03414 PROCEEDINGS Interim Case Management Conference as to 08-03369 Initial Case Management Conference as to 09-03414 ORDER AFTER HEARING Conference held off record. The Court set the following dates as to 08-03369: 1. Close of Class Discovery set for May 24, 2010 2. Hearing on Plaintiffs' Motion for Class Certification set for September 20, 2010 at 9:00 AM. ** Plaintiffs shall file their motion on or before July 9, 2010** The parties are to file with the Court a stipulation and proposed order regarding consolidation of the related case 09-03414 JW, Bolaji Olabode v. Google Inc. with 08-03369 JW, In re Google Adwords Litigation. The Court to issue further Order following hearing.
________________ Elizabeth C. Garcia Courtroom Deputy Original: E-Filed CC:
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