Rambus Inc v. Broadcom Corporation
STIPULATION AND ORDER SELECTING ADR PROCESS. Signed by Judge Richard Seeborg on 9/27/11. (cl, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 9/27/2011)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
CASE NO. 3:10-CV-5437 RS
STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED]
ORDER SELECTING ADR PROCESS
Counsel report that they have met and conferred regarding ADR and have reached the
following stipulation pursuant to Civil L.R. 16-8 and ADR L.R. 3-5:
The parties agree to participate in the following ADR process:
Non-binding Arbitration (ADR L.R. 4)
Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) (ADR L.R. 5)
Mediation (ADR L.R. 6)
(Note: Parties who believe that an early settlement conference with a Magistrate Judge is
appreciably more likely to meet their needs than any other form of ADR, must participate in an
ADR phone conference and may not file this form. They must instead file a Notice of Need for
ADR Phone Conference. See Civil Local Rule 16-8 and ADR L.R. 3-5)
Private ADR (please identify process and provider) ______________________
JAMS, or other mutually agreed upon ADR provider
The parties agree to hold the ADR session by:
the presumptive deadline (The deadline is 90 days from the date of the order
referring the case to an ADR process unless otherwise ordered. )
Within 60 days of the Court's claim construction ruling.
other requested deadline _____________________________________________
Feb. 17, 2011
/s/ Peter A. Detre
Attorney for Plaintiff
Feb. 17, 2011
/s/ Gillian Thackray
Attorney for Defendant
When filing this document in ECF, please be sure to use the appropriate ADR Docket
Event, e.g., "Stipulation and Proposed Order Selecting Early Neutral Evaluation."
Pursuant to the Stipulation above, the captioned matter is hereby referred to:
Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE)
Deadline for ADR session
90 days from the date of this order.
60 days after cc ruling.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT
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