Knapp et al v. Wachovia Corporation et al

Filing 18

ORDER continuing motion to 3/7/08. Signed by Judge Illston on 2/1/08. (ts, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 2/4/2008)

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Knapp et al v. Wachovia Corporation et al Doc. 18 Case 3:07-cv-04551-SI Case Document 18 17 02/04/2008 Filed 01/30/2008 Page 1 of 1 LAW OFFICE OF PHILIP STEVEN HORNE, ESQ. LABOR AND PROPERTY LITIGATION 1155 Market Street San Francisco, California 94103 415.552.2740//415.552.2770 (f) Electronic and Personal Delivery 2008 January 30 The Honorable Susan Illston JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT United States District Court Northern District of California 450 Golden Gate Avenue San Francisco, California 94102 RE: KNAPP v. WACHOVIA/3:07-cv-04551 MEDICAL CONDITION OF COUNSEL FOR PLAINTIFF Dear Judge Illston: Since approximately 2008 January 02, I have been in treatment with Dr. Robin Serrahn, MD of UCSF, for a bleeding ulcer (caused by the ingestion of NS Aids for Sciatica). This is a severe and life-threatening condition that kills more Americans each year than HIV. I am 5'10". The condition caused my weight to drop from 155 to 127 pounds. I am extremely weak and have not been capable of working for the past two weeks. I am enduring constant pain from the Sciatica, ulcer, and skin lesions related to the ulcer. I have been prescribed and take heavy duty narcotics (Oxycodone). I am not capable of working when I take the pain killers. In the present matter, there is a FRCP Section 12(b)(3) motion set for February 22. My opposition is due February 01. I am not capable of reviewing the motion or preparing any opposition at this time. I respectfully request that the hearing be continued for 14 days to hopefully allow me to recover. Sincerely, /s/Philip Steven Horne, Esq. Philip Steven Horne, Esq. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFS The Court grants the request for a two week continuance. The motion is continued to Friday, March 7, 2008, at 9:00 a.m. UNIT ED S S DISTRICT TE C TA Correspondence 20070130 ER ti A LI FO us Judge S an Illsto n R NIA I ORD T IS SO ERED RT U O NO RT H

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