Heinrich v. Google, Inc.

Filing 7

MINUTE entry before Honorable Ruben Castillo:Plaintiff's joint motion for a stay of proceedings pending ruling by Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation 6 is granted. All proceedings and deadlines are stayed until 45 days after the JPML rules on the MDL motion, or until 45 days after a JPML Conditional Transfer Order is entered. The date for the defendant to answer or otherwise plead to the Complaint is stayed. Any obligations of the parties to meet and confer regarding initial disclosures, including under FRCP 26(f), are stayed.Mailed notice (rao, ) [Transferred from Illinois Northern on 6/25/2012.]

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE Northern District of Illinois − CM/ECF LIVE, Ver 5.0.3 Eastern Division Nicholas Todd Heinrich Plaintiff, v. Case No.: 1:12−cv−01821 Honorable Ruben Castillo Google, Inc. Defendant. NOTIFICATION OF DOCKET ENTRY This docket entry was made by the Clerk on Friday, March 30, 2012: MINUTE entry before Honorable Ruben Castillo:Plaintiff's joint motion for a stay of proceedings pending ruling by Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation [6] is granted. All proceedings and deadlines are stayed until 45 days after the JPML rules on the MDL motion, or until 45 days after a JPML Conditional Transfer Order is entered. The date for the defendant to answer or otherwise plead to the Complaint is stayed. Any obligations of the parties to meet and confer regarding initial disclosures, including under FRCP 26(f), are stayed.Mailed notice(rao, ) ATTENTION: This notice is being sent pursuant to Rule 77(d) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure or Rule 49(c) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. It was generated by CM/ECF, the automated docketing system used to maintain the civil and criminal dockets of this District. If a minute order or other document is enclosed, please refer to it for additional information. For scheduled events, motion practices, recent opinions and other information, visit our web site at www.ilnd.uscourts.gov.

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