Carmen John Perri v. Step N Go Wine and Spirits Market et al
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RE DISMISSAL FOR LACK OF PROSECUTION by Magistrate Judge Karen E. Scott. Response to Order to Show Cause due by 3/15/2018. (jdo)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
CIVIL MINUTES – GENERAL
Carmen John Perri v. Step ‘N’ Go Wine and Spirits Market, et al.
Present: The Honorable
March 8, 2018
KAREN E. SCOTT, UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
Attorneys Present for Plaintiffs:
Attorneys Present for Defendants:
(IN CHAMBERS) ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RE DISMISSAL FOR
LACK OF PROSECUTION
The Court, on its own motion, hereby ORDERS plaintiff’s counsel, to show cause in
writing no later than March 15, 2018, why this action should not be dismissed for lack of
prosecution. As an alternative to a written response by plaintiff, the Court will consider the
filing of one of the following, as an appropriate response to this OSC, on or before the above
Proof of service of summons and complaint
Notice of Voluntary Dismissal (FRCivP 41)
Absent a showing of good cause, an action shall be dismissed if the summons and
complaint have not been served upon all defendants within 90 days after the filing of the
complaint. Fed. R. Civ. P. 4 (m). The Court may dismiss the action prior to the expiration of
such time, however, if plaintiffs have not diligently prosecuted the action.
It is plaintiff's responsibility to respond promptly to all Orders and to prosecute the action
diligently, including filing proofs of service and stipulations extending time to respond. If
necessary, plaintiffs must also pursue Rule 55 remedies promptly upon the default of any
defendant. All stipulations affecting the progress of the case must be approved by the Court.
Local Rule 8.3.
No oral argument of this matter will be heard unless ordered by the Court. The Order
will stand submitted upon the filing of a responsive pleading or motion on or before the date
upon which a response by plaintiffs is due.
Initials of Deputy Clerk
CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL
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