Ottovich v. City of Fremont et al
ORDER re 110 Letter filed by Heininge, Dang, Settle, Farmer, Ricardo Cortes. Signed by Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler on 3/4/2013. (ls, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 3/4/2013)
BERTRAND, FOX & ELLIOT
LAW OFFICES, A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
February 22, 2013
Hon. Laurel Beeler
United States Magistrate Judge
Federal Building, 15th Floor, Courtroom C
450 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
Ottovich v Fremont et al.
U.S.D.C., Northern District California Case No. CV09-4181 MMC-LB
Our File No. FRE 4571
REQUEST FOR PERMISSION TO ATTEND SETTLEMENT
CONFERENCE BY TELEPHONE
Dear Judge Beeler:
This firm represents the Fremont Police Officer defendants, Ricardo Cortes, Keith
Farmer, Kenneth Heininge, Mark Dang and William Settle. This matter is currently set for
settlement conference in your court on March 6, 2013.
Defendant Officer Kenneth Heininge is now retired from the Fremont police force and is
residing in Oregon where he is currently attending college as a full time student. It would create
a significant hardship for Mr. Heininge to travel from Oregon to attend the settlement conference
in person. We therefore request the Court’s permission for Mr. Heininge to attend by telephone.
Defendant Officer Keith Farmer is attending professional training class out of state from
March 5 through March 8 which was scheduled prior to the setting of this settlement conference.
Officer Farmer will be available to take telephone calls during the hours of the settlement
conference. We therefore request the Court’s permission for Officer Farmer to attend the
settlement conference by telephone.
The Waterfront Building
2749 Hyde Street
San Francisco, California 94109
cc: Mark Ottovich [via U.S. Mail]
Date: March 4, 2013
BERTRAND, FOX & ELLIOT
Defendant Officers Cortes, Settle and Dang will appear at the conference. Thank you for
your attention to this request.
Very truly yours,
Telephone (415) I S T R I C T
353-0999 ext. 109
Facsimile (415) 353-0990
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