Norman Okazaki v. Amigo Ability International Inc et al

Filing 44

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY SANCTIONS SHOULD NOT BE IMPOSED FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE COURT'S ORDER by Judge John F. Walter. Response to Order to Show Cause due by 9/23/2016. (jloz)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA CIVIL MINUTES -- GENERAL Case No. CV 16-2460-JFW (AFMx) Title: Norman Okazaki-v- Amigo Ability International, Inc., et al. Date: September 19, 2016 PRESENT: HONORABLE JOHN F. WALTER, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE Shannon Reilly Courtroom Deputy None Present Court Reporter ATTORNEYS PRESENT FOR PLAINTIFFS: None PROCEEDINGS (IN CHAMBERS): ATTORNEYS PRESENT FOR DEFENDANTS: None ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY SANCTIONS SHOULD NOT BE IMPOSED FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE COURT’S ORDER In the Court’s Scheduling and Case Management Order (“CMO”) filed on April 26, 2016 [Docket No. 14], the Court set September 19, 2016 as the last day to conduct a Settlement Conference, and September 26, 2016 as the last day to file a Joint Report Re: Results of Settlement Conference. Based on the Stipulation for Continuance of Trial and Pre-Trial Dates Set Forth in Scheduling Order filed on September 16, 2016 [Docket No. 41], the parties have violated the Court’s CMO by failing to conduct the Settlement Conference by the Court-ordered deadline of September 19, 2016. Accordingly, the parties are ordered to show cause in writing by September 23, 2016 why the Court should not impose sanctions in the amount of $1,500.00 against lead counsel for each of the parties for their violation of the Court’s CMO. No oral argument on this matter will be heard unless otherwise ordered by the Court. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 78; Local Rule 7-15. The Order to Show Cause will stand submitted upon the filing of the response to the Order to Show Cause. Failure to respond to the Order to Show Cause will result in the imposition of sanctions. IT IS SO ORDERED. Initials of Deputy Clerk sr Page 1 of 1

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