Carter v. Commissioner of Social Security

Filing 18

ORDER GRANTING plaintiff's counsel's request for the late filing of his opening brief. Defendant's opening brief is now due on 11/8/2013, with any reply brief due 11/15/2013. Order signed by Magistrate Judge Sandra M. Snyder on 10/18/2013. (Rooney, M)

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STEVEN G. ROSALES Attorney at Law: 222224 Law Offices of Lawrence D. Rohlfing 12631 East Imperial Highway, Suite C115 Santa Fe Springs, California 90670 Tel: 562-868-5886 Fax: 562-868-5491 E-mail: Attorneys for Plaintiff MAXINE CARTER UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA MAXINE CARTER, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL ASTRUE, Commissioner of Social Security, Defendant ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Case No.: 1:12-CV-02062-SMS REQUEST TO FILE LATE PLAINTIFF'S OPENING BRIEF; ORDER THEREON TO THE HONORABLE SANDRA M. SNYDER, MAGISTRATE JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT: Counsel for Plaintiff Maxine Carter hereby requests leave of court to file his Opening Brief in this matter five days late. Counsel incorrectly calendared the due date as October 9, 2013. Counsel has taken steps to ensure that such a miscalendaring does not happen in the future. Counsel for Plaintiff sincerely apologizes to the court for any inconvenience this may have caused. DATE: October 9, 2013 Respectfully submitted, LAW OFFICES OF LAWRENCE D. ROHLFING BY: __/s/ Steven G. Rosales_______________________ Steven G. Rosales Attorney for plaintiff MAXINE CARTER IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that plaintiff may file Plaintiff’s Opening Brief five days late. Defendant may have an extension of time to November 8, 2013 to consider the contentions raised in Plaintiff’s Opening Brief, and file any opposition if necessary. Any reply by plaintiff will be due November 15, 2013. IT IS SO ORDERED. DATE: 10/18/2013 /s/ SANDRA M. SNYDER UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE

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