United States of America v. Sierra Pacific Industries et al
ORDER signed by Senior Judge William B. Shubb on 10/24/2014 setting a Status Conference for 11/24/2014 at 02:00 PM in Courtroom 5 (WBS) before Senior Judge William B. Shubb. The parties shall submit a Joint Status Report proposing how the court shou ld handle Sierra Pacific Industries' motion to set aside the judgment (see document for further details). Defendant's Request for Leave to Exceed Page Limit ( 593 -1) is granted. Because the undersigned judge does not impose page limitations for briefs, leave need not be sought to file briefs in excess of a certain length. (Kirksey Smith, K)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
CIV. NO. 2:09-02445 WBS AC
ORDER SETTING STATUS CONFERENCE
SIERRA PACIFIC INDUSTRIES, et
AND ALL RELATED CROSS-ACTIONS.
The above-entitled action was reassigned to the
A status conference is hereby set for
November 24, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. in Courtroom No. 5 to discuss how
this case should proceed.
conference, the parties shall submit a Joint Status Report
proposing how the court should handle Sierra Pacific Industries’
motion to set aside the judgment.
One week prior to the status
The Joint Status Report shall address:
a proposed briefing schedule;
a suggested hearing date and an estimated duration of
any hearing, including an indication as to whether one or both
parties anticipate the need for an evidentiary hearing and, if
so, the anticipated scope and duration of any evidentiary
whether either party anticipates seeking discovery; and
any other issues relevant to the court’s handling of
the pending motion.
Defendant’s Request for Leave to Exceed Page Limit
(Docket No. 593-1) is granted.
does not impose page limitations for briefs, leave need not be
sought to file briefs in excess of a certain length.
Because the undersigned judge
IT IS SO ORDERED.
October 24, 2014
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