McCloskey et al v. Helmick et al
ORDER DIRECTING PLAINTIFFS TO SUBMIT CHAMBERS COPY OF DOCUMENT IN COMPLIANCE WITH CIVIL LOCAL RULES AND THE COURT'S STANDING ORDERS. Plaintiffs are hereby ORDERED immediately submit chambers copies of the their Motion for Reconsideration of Order Enforcing Settlement Agreement. Signed by Judge Maxine M. Chesney on February 22, 2013. (mmclc2, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 2/22/2013)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
For the Northern District of California
United States District Court
SEAN FRANCIS McCLOSKEY, LAILA
McCLOSKEY, and D.M.,
No. C 05-4641 MMC
DIRECTING PLAINTIFFS TO SUBMIT
CHAMBERS COPY OF DOCUMENT IN
COMPLIANCE WITH CIVIL LOCAL
RULES AND THE COURT’S STANDING
M. E. COURTNIER, et al.,
On February 15, 2013, plaintiffs Sean McCloskey, Laila McCloskey, and D.M.
(“plaintiffs”) filed a Motion for Reconsideration of Order Enforcing Settlement Agreement.
Plaintiffs have violated the Civil Local Rules of this District and the Court’s standing orders,
however, by failing “to provide for chambers a paper copy of each document that is
electronically filed . . . marked ‘Chambers Copy’.” See Civil L.R. 5-1(e)(7); see also
Standing Orders For Civil Cases Assigned to The Honorable Maxine M. Chesney ¶ 2.
Plaintiffs are hereby ORDERED to comply with Civil Local Rule 5-1(e)(7) and the
Court’s Standing Orders by immediately submitting chambers copies of the above-
referenced document. Plaintiffs are hereby advised that if they fail in the future to comply
with the Court’s Standing Order to provide a chambers copy of each electronically-filed
document, the Court may impose sanctions, including, but not limited to, striking from
the record any electronically-filed document of which a chambers copy has not been timely
provided to the Court.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: February 22, 2013
MAXINE M. CHESNEY
United States District Judge
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