Sanchez v. Andruss et al
ORDER RE:STIPULATION TO CONTINUE SETTLEMENTMENT CONFERENCE. The settlement conference in this case is continued to March 2013, Judge Spero's calendar permitting. Signed by Judge Maxine M. Chesney on September 5, 2012. (mmclc2, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 9/5/2012)
Jeff Dominic Price, Esq.
Attorney at Law SBN 165534
1512 16th Street, Suite 2
Santa Monica, California 90404
Attorney for Plaintiff
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
JULIO CESAR SANCHEZ,
STIPULATION TO CONTINUE
DALLAS ANDRUSS et al.,
The parties, through their counsel of record, have met and conferred. In the
interests of justice and judicial economy, and because it appears that a settlement
conference held prior to the hearing of a summary judgment motion will be a waste
of time and resources because the case will not settle before disposition of a
summary judgment motion, and because, given the necessity for counsel for
plaintiff to conduct discovery in order to prepare for a defense motion for summary
judgment, the current settlement conference date, September 25, 2012, would
precede a summary judgment hearing and should be continued. Thus, the parties
stipulate to the continuance of the settlement conference until a time after the
issuance of the ruling on the defense summary judgment motion.
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Thus, the parties stipulate to the continuance of the settlement conference in
this case to March 2013 before the Hon. James Spero.
IT IS SO STIPULATED.
Dated: August 21, 2012
/s/ by Jeff Price by permission
Deputy Attorney General for Defendants
Dated: August 21, 2012
/s/ Jeff Price
Attorney for Plaintiff Sanchez
PURSUANT TO General Order 45, § 10(B), counsel for plaintiff hereby attests
that Ms. Mossler gave permission to electronically sign this stipulation on her
IT IS SO ORDERED , Judge Spero's calendar permitting.
September 5, 2012
United States Judge Maxine M. Chesney
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