Hernandez v. Santa Clara County Sheriffs Dept. et al
ORDER: Dismissing unnecessary 24 application. Granting 18 motion. Defendants must file and serve their dispositive motion no later than 3/6/09. Plaintiff's opposition to the dispositive motion is due 4/10/09. Defendants' reply brief is due 4/30/09. Signed by Judge Susan Illston. (SI, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 12/12/2008) (Additional attachment(s) added on 12/17/2008: # 1 cs) (ys, COURT STAFF).
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
GABRIEL HERNANDEZ, Plaintiff, v. SANTA CLARA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT.; et al., Defendants. /
No. C 06-6977 SI (pr) ORDER
Defendants filed an ex parte application for leave to conduct the deposition of plaintiff. The application is DISMISSED as unnecessary. (Docket # 24.) The order of service gave the necessary permission for plaintiff to be deposed. See Order Of Service, p. 4 ("No further court order under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(a)(2) or Local Rule 16 is required before the parties may conduct discovery.") Defendants filed an ex parte request for a ninety-day extension of time to file a dispositive motion. Upon due consideration of the request and the accompanying declaration of attorney Rima Singh, the court GRANTS the request. (Docket # 18.) The court now sets the following new briefing schedule for dispositive motions: Defendants must file and serve their dispositive motion no later than March 6, 2009. Plaintiff must file and serve on defense counsel his opposition to the dispositive motion no later than April 10, 2009. Defendants must file and serve their reply brief, if any, no later than April 30, 2009. IT IS SO ORDERED. Dated: December 12, 2008 _______________________ SUSAN ILLSTON United States District Judge
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