Schoenmann v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Filing 126

ORDER re #125 Order,. Signed by Magistrate Judge Maria-Elena James on 1/17/2013. (Attachments: #1 Standing Order-Discovery)(rmm2S, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 1/17/2013)

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1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 2 NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 3 4 SCHOENMANN 5 No. C 10-03989 CRB (MEJ) Plaintiff(s), v. NOTICE OF REFERRAL FOR DISCOVERY 6 7 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 8 Defendant(s). _____________________________________/ 9 TO ALL PARTIES AND COUNSEL OF RECORD: 10 The above-captioned case was referred to Magistrate Judge Maria-Elena James for purposes 11 For the Northern District of California UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT of discovery. Please be advised that if a specific motion was filed prior to this notice of referral, the 12 noticed date will no longer be in effect. Instead, the parties shall comply with Judge James’ 13 Standing Order Regarding Discovery and Dispute Procedures, a copy of which is available on the 14 Court’s website at under the “Judges” tab. A copy of the standing 15 order is also enclosed herewith for any pro se party. 16 The parties are advised that in regard to any pending discovery disputes, they must comply 17 with Judge James’ standing order and meet and confer in person. If the parties are unable to resolve 18 their dispute after the meet and confer session, they shall file a joint meet and confer letter. A 19 separate letter should be filed for each dispute. Upon careful review of the parties’ letter, the Court 20 will either order further briefing and/or oral argument, or deem the matter submitted on the papers. 21 Accordingly, any pending discovery motions are hereby DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE to the 22 filing of a joint letter. 23 Please contact the Courtroom Deputy Clerk, Rose Maher, at (415) 522-4708 with any 24 questions. 25 IT IS SO ORDERED 26 Dated: January 17, 2013 27 28 _______________________________ Maria-Elena James United States Magistrate Judge

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