Doe v. Penzato et al
ORDER DIRECTING PARTIES TO FILE CONSENT/DECLINATION. Signed by Judge Maria-Elena James on 4/8/2011. (cdnS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 4/8/2011)
Doe v. Penzato et al
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Northern District of California
No. C 10-05154 MEJ Plaintiff, GIUSEPPE PENZATO, et al., ORDER DIRECTING PARTIES TO FILE CONSENT/DECLINATION FORM
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For the Northern District of California
Upon review of the record in this action, the Court notes that the parties have not filed written consents to Magistrate Judge James' jurisdiction. This civil case was randomly assigned to Magistrate Judge James for all purposes including trial. In accordance with 28 U.S.C. § 636(c), the magistrate judges of this district court are designated to conduct any and all proceedings in a civil case, including trial and entry of final judgment, upon the consent of the parties. An appeal from a judgment entered by Magistrate Judge James may be taken directly to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in the same manner as an appeal from any other judgment of a district court. You have the right to have your case assigned to a United States District Judge for trial and disposition. Accordingly, the parties shall inform the Court whether they consent to Magistrate Judge James' jurisdiction or request reassignment to a United States District Judge for trial. A copy of both the consent and declination forms may be obtained from the Northern District of California's website at http://www.cand.uscourts.gov/. From the homepage, choose "Forms" and then "Civil Forms." The parties shall inform the Court of their decision by April 14, 2011. IT IS SO ORDERED.
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Dated: April 8, 2011 _______________________________ Maria-Elena James Chief United States Magistrate Judge
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