Mekiki Co. Ltd. et al v. Facebook Inc.
SCHEDULING ORDER: In-Person Rule 16 Conference set for 5/17/2010 10:00 AM before Judge Joel A. Pisano. Signed by Judge Joel A. Pisano on 4/5/2010. Counsel to confirm attendance by letter (e-file) not later than 4/7/2010.(dsnj)
____________________________________ : : : Plaintiff(s), : : -vs: : FACEBOOK INC., et al., : : Defendant(s). : ____________________________________: MEKIKI CO., LTD., UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF DELAWARE Civil Action No. 1:09-745(JAP) ARB: Yes___ No X ORDER SCHEDULING CONFERENCE
IT IS on this 5TH Day of April, 2010; ORDERED, pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 16, that a scheduling conference be held before the Honorable Joel A. Pisano, on May 17, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. in Courtroom #1, 3rd floor at the United States Courthouse, Trenton, New Jersey, and it is further ORDERED that (1) prior to the above conference, all counsel and individuals who are appearing on their own behalf (or "pro se") confer on a joint discovery plan (see L.Civ.R. 26.1(b)); (2) the joint discovery plan, as well as any disputes regarding it, be submitted to the undersigned no later than three weeks prior to the above conference (see L.Civ.R. 26.1(b)); the joint discovery plan should NOT be electronically filed, but may be submitted to Chambers via regular mail, facsimile [(609) 989-0505], or e-mail [firstname.lastname@example.org]; (3) at the above conference, all parties not appearing pro se shall be represented by counsel with full authority to speak for their clients in all pretrial matters (see L.Civ.R. 16.1(a)); (4) Plaintiff(s) notify any party who hereafter enters an appearance for the above conference and forward to that party a copy hereof; and (5) the parties are to advise the Honorable Joel A. Pisano immediately if this action has been
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