Coronado et al v. Sprint Nextel Corporation et al

Filing 89

***PLEASE DISREGARD SEE DOCUMENT #90***ORDER RE 88 TO EXTEND HEARING. Motion Hearing set for 12/13/2012 01:30 PM in Courtroom 3, 17th Floor, San Francisco before Hon. Richard Seeborg. Signed by Judge Richard Seeborg on 11/6/12. (cl, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 11/6/2012) Modified on 11/6/2012 (cl, COURT STAFF).

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THOMAS  M.  COREA  (pro  hac  vice)         COREA  TRIAL  GROUP,  LLC           P.O.  Box  1000               Red  Oak,  Texas  75056                 214-­‐953-­‐3900  Telephone   214-­‐953-­‐3901  Facsimile              Attorneys  for  Plaintiffs  BONAFACI         CORONADO,  JENNIFER  CORONADO,       EDUARDO  CORONADO,  BARBARA         PECKLER,  and  HANIBALL  AMARE                                                                                                       UNITED  STATES  DISTRICT  COURT     NORTHERN  DISTRICT  OF  CALIFORNIA     SAN  FRANCISCO  DIVISION     BONOFACIO  CORONADO,  JENNIFER     CASE  NO.    CV  11-­‐0706-­‐JCS   CORONADO,  EDUARDO  CORONADO,       BARBARA  PACKLER,  and         PLAINTIFFS’  AGREED  ORDER  TO         Plaintiffs,         TO  EXTEND  HEARING                   v.     SPRINT  NEXTEL  CORPORATION  and   HTC  AMERICA,  INC.,       Defendants.                         PLAINTIFFS’  AGREED  ORDER  TO  EXTEND  HEARING   -­‐1-­‐       ORDER     The   Court,   having   considered   the   Plaintiffs’   Motion   to   Extend   Time   of   Hearing   on   Defendant’s  Motions  to  Dismiss  and  Compel,  if  of  the  opinion  that  it  should  be  Granted.     IT   IS   HEREBY   ORDERED   that   the   hearing   for   Defendant’s   Motion   to   Dismiss   and   Motion  to  Compel  is  extended  to  November  29,  2012  at  1:30  p.m.       11/6/12 Dated:______________________________                                         _______________________________________________   Hon.  Richard  Seeborg   United  States  District  Court  Judge   PLAINTIFFS’  AGREED  ORDER  TO  EXTEND  HEARING   -­‐2-­‐  

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