Chicken Ranch Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians, et al. v. State of California, et al.
ORDER GRANTING STATE DEFENDANTS' EX PARTE APPLICATION TO SHORTEN TIME signed by District Judge Anthony W. Ishii on 4/26/2021. Plaintiffs' responsive brief to State Defendants' motion to stay must be filed and served on or before May 5, 2021. State Defendants' Reply, if any, to the Plaintiff Tribes' Responsive Brief must be filed and served on or before May 10, 2021. If this Court determines that oral argument is necessary on this motion, the parties will be contacted. Otherwise, an order on the State Defendants' motion to stay will be issued shortly after all the briefing has been completed. (Gonzales, V)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
CHICKEN RANCH RANCHERIA OF
ME-WUK INDIANS, BLUE LAKE
RANCHERIA, CHEMEHUEVI INDIAN
TRIBE, HOPLAND BAND OF POMO
INDIANS, and ROBINSON RANCHERIA,
Case No. 1:19-cv-00024-AWI-SKO
ORDER GRANTING STATE
DEFENDANTS’ EX PARTE
APPLICATION TO SHORTEN TIME
GAVIN NEWSOM, Governor of California,
and STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
The Court has received the Ex Parte Application and Memorandum of State Defendants
To Shorten Time re the Court’s Consideration of State Defendants’ Motion for Stay. Having
considered all papers filed in connection with this application, and good cause having been
shown, the Court finds that it is appropriate to issue an expedited briefing schedule and hearing
date on State Defendants’ motion to stay.
served on or before May 5, 2021.
Plaintiffs’ responsive brief to State Defendants’ motion to stay must be filed and
State Defendants’ Reply, if any, to the Plaintiff Tribes’ Responsive Brief must be
filed and served on or before May 10, 2021.
If this Court determines that oral argument is necessary on this motion, the parties
will be contacted. Otherwise, an order on the State Defendants’ motion to stay will be issued
shortly after all the briefing has been completed.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
April 26, 2021
SENIOR DISTRICT JUDGE
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