Russo et al v. M/T Dubai Star et al
ORDER by Judge Illston granting 17 Ex Parte Application to extend time for service (tf, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 2/4/2010)
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ANTHONY M. URIE, PLLC. Attorney At Law 200 Salmon Harbor Road #99 Smith River, CA 18130 Midvale Ave N. Shoreline, Washington 98133 California State Bar No. 92363 email@example.com Marja Starzcewski,Pllc Attorney At Law, WSBA#2611 Admitted Pro Hac Vice Harry B. Platis, Attorney At Law, WSBA#4509 Admitted Pro Hac Vice
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA AT SAN FRANCSICO
MARK RUSSO, RUSSEL ROBINETTE, NEXT SEAFOOD COMPANY, INC. RON ALITOTI and others similarly Situated; Plaintiffs, v. M/T DUBAI STAR, In Rem, SOUTH HARMONY SHIPPING INC, a foreign corporation, POINEER SHIP MANAGEMENT SERVICES LLC, a foreign Corporation, HEIDMAR, INC. a Connecticut Corporation, Defendants.
NO. CV09-5158 AT LAW AND IN AMIRALTY ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO EXTEND TIME TO SERVE DEFENDANTS
THIS MATTER having come before this Court upon motion of the plaintiffs for entry of an Order Granting an Extension of Time of an additional 120 days to serve defendants.
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This court having considered the motion, declaration of Marja Starczewski, Esq. and the Memorandum of Points and Authorities.
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WHEREFORE, no defendant parties having yet appeared or answered in this action, and good cause appearing to exist, it is ORDERED that plaintiffs shall have an additional 120 days to serve defendants
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IT IS SO ORDERED.
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________________________________________ UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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____________________________ Marja Starczewski, Washington State Bar # 26111 Of Attorneys for Plaintiff Admitted Pro Hac Vice
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