Politis Family LLC v. The Pep Boys Manny Moe and Jack of California et al

Filing 107

(IN CHAMBERS) ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE by Judge Fernando M. Olguin. Response to Order to Show Cause due by 8/31/2017. (vdr)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL Case No. CV 16-1030 FMO (JCx) Title Politis Family LLC v. The Pep Boys Manny Joe and Jack of California, et al. Present: The Honorable Date August 28, 2017 Fernando M. Olguin, United States District Judge Vanessa Figueroa None Present Deputy Clerk Court Reporter / Recorder Attorneys Present for Plaintiffs: Attorneys Present for Defendants: None Present None Present Proceedings: (In Chambers) Order to Show Cause Re: Sanctions for Failure to Comply with Court Order The parties filed a Status Report Re: Settlement on May 22, 2017. (See Dkt. 104, “Status Report”). In their Status Report, the parties requested that the court issue an order extending the case deadlines and allow the parties to submit another settlement status report. (See id. at 3). On May 23, 2017, the court granted the parties’ request and extended the case deadlines and set August 22, 2017, as the deadline for the next Status Report Re: Settlement. (See Dkt. 105, Court’s Order of May 23, 2017). As of the date of this Order, however, the parties have not filed a Notice of Settlement or a Status Report Re: Settlement. (See, generally, Dkt.). The court also notes that this is not the first time it has issued an Order to Show Cause regarding the parties’ failure to timely file a status report. (See Dkt. 97, Court’s Order of May 1, 2017). Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED that no later than August 31, 2017, the parties shall show cause in writing why sanctions should not be imposed for failure to comply with a court order. A stipulation of dismissal, notice of settlement, or Status Report Re: Settlement shall be deemed a satisfactory response to the order to show cause. 00 Initials of Preparer CV-90 (10/08) CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL : 00 vdr Page 1 of 1

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