National Continental Insurance Company v. Hummer Transportation Inc.
ORDER For Proposed Briefing Schedule (Doc. 4 ), signed by District Judge Lawrence J. O'Neill on 11/25/2013. (Fahrney, E)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
IN RE HUMMER TRANSPORTATION,
CASE NOS. CV F 13-1640 LJO AND CV
ORDER FOR PROPOSED BRIEFING
HUME, SMITH, GEDDES, GREEN &
ROBERT HAWKINS, Chapter 7 Trustee,
Pending in these Case Nos. CV F 13-1640 and CV F 13-1889 (collectively "appeals")
are appeals from a September 12, 2013 bankruptcy court order. To promote efficiency and
best use of resources, this Court ORDERS the parties' counsel in the appeals, no later than
December 6, 2013, to meet and confer to address briefing the appeals and to file and serve a
proposed schedule for briefing the appeals. This Court contemplates the need for only the
parties' respective opening and opposition briefs with no reply briefs. As such, this Court
VACATES the briefing schedule set by document 4 in Case No. CV F 13-1640 and intends to
issue a renewed order setting a briefing schedule in the appeals.
The bankruptcy court record is not immediately available to this Court. As such, this
Court ORDERS the parties to file and serve with their respective briefs all bankruptcy court
record excerpts and transcripts which they desire this Court to review. This Court has limited
access to the bankruptcy court record and will rely on the parties to obtain and provide record
excerpts and transcripts from the bankruptcy court docket.
The clerk is directed to docket and serve this order in both Case Nos. CV F 13-1640
and CV F 13-1889.
The parties may direct questions or comments to senior chambers attorney Gary Green
at (559) 499-5683 or email@example.com.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
/s/ Lawrence J. O’Neill
November 25, 2013
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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