Perry et al v. Schwarzenegger et al

Filing 366

Minute Entry: Discovery Hearing held on 1/6/2010 before Joseph C. Spero re: Docket No. 325 Dft-Intervenor's Privilege Log. Court to issue written order. (Court Reporter Debra Pas.) (klh, COURT STAFF) (Date Filed: 1/8/2010)

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Perry et al v. Schwarzenegger et al Doc. 366 Case3:09-cv-02292-VRW Document366 Filed01/08/10 Page1 of 1 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA CIVIL MINUTE ORDER CASE NO. C 09-02292 VRW (JCS) CASE NAME: KRISTIN M. PERRY, ET AL v. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, ET AL. MAGISTRATE JUDGE JOSEPH C. SPERO DATE: January 6, 2010 TIME: 1 H 50 M COURTROOM DEPUTY: Karen Hom COURT REPORTER: Debra Pas COUNSEL FOR DEFENDANT: Michael W. Kirk- Dft-Intv Prop 8 Jesse Panuccio- Dft-Intv Prop 8 Andrew Stroud -Admin Dfts Tamar Pachter - Dft AG Ed Brown COUNSEL FOR PLAINTIFF: Matthew D. McGill Theodore J. Boutrous, Jr. Christopher D. Dusseault Jeremy M. Goldman Ethan Dettmer Danny Chou - Pla Intv CCSF PROCEEDINGS: 1. Dft-Intervenor's Privilege Log [docket no. 325] RULING: Granted in part, denied in part. _________________________________________________________________________ ORDERED AFTER HEARING: Court issued oral rulings on the record. Protective Order will be entered by the Court. Court to issue written order. __________________________________________________________________________ ORDER TO BE PREPARED BY: () Plaintiff () Defendant (X) Court CASE CONTINUED TO: ___________________________________________________________________________ Number of Depos: Expert Disclosure: Motions Hearing: Number of Experts: Expert Rebuttal: at 9:30 a.m. Discovery Cutoff: Expert Discovery Cutoff: Pretrial Conference: at 1:30 p.m. Trial Date: cc: Chambers; Karen * (T) = Telephonic Appearance at 8:30 a.m. ()Jury ()Court Set for days __________________________________________________________________________________________

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