Craig Kaiser Garrett v. J. Gastelo et al
ORDER re Plaintiff's Status Report by Magistrate Judge Karen E. Scott. IT THEREFORE IS ORDERED that, on or before June 6, 2017, Plaintiff shall show good cause, if there be any, why a status report has not been filed, or shall file the required status report. (jdo)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
CIVIL MINUTES – GENERAL
Case No. 2:16-cv-00784-AB-KES
Date: May 24, 2017
Title: Craig Kaiser Garrett v. J. Gastelo et al.
THE HONORABLE KAREN E. SCOTT, U.S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE
ATTORNEYS PRESENT FOR
ATTORNEYS PRESENT FOR
PROCEEDINGS (IN CHAMBERS):
ORDER re: Plaintiff’s Status Report
On February 1, 2017, the Court ordered the parties to file and serve a status report by May
12, 2017, containing: (1) a statement of the principal issues raised by the case, (2) a statement as
to whether all parties have been served and, if not, a proposed deadline for completing service, (3)
a summary of what discovery has occurred, and the anticipated schedule for completing further
discovery (4) a list of contemplated motions, and the anticipated dates for filing such motions, (5)
the status of settlement negotiations, including whether or not plaintiff has made a settlement
demand and defendant has responded with a counteroffer, and (6) if and when the parties would
be willing to attend a settlement conference with the magistrate judge assigned to the case, or
another magistrate judge, and (7) any other suggestions the parties may wish to make regarding
the management of this action. (Dkt. 47 at 6.)
On May 11, 2017, Defendants filed the requested status report. (Dkt. 58.) Plaintiff has not
yet filed the required status report. IT THEREFORE IS ORDERED that, on or before June 6,
2017, Plaintiff shall show good cause, if there be any, why a status report has not been filed,
or shall file the required status report.
Initials of Deputy Clerk JD
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