T-Mobile U.S.A., Inc. v AU Optronics Corporation, et al
AMENDED MINUTES FROM 3/15/13 HEARING: ADDING THE FOLLOWING LANGUAGE (NO OTHER CHANGES) T-Mobile and Defendants shall submit a stipulation to the 75 day extension, with revised dates. If T-Mobile seeks to reinstate certain indirect purchaser claims pursuant to the Ninth Circuit's AT&T Mobility LLC v. AU Optronics Corp. decision, it must submit a motion. The Court grants T-Mobile leave to submit such motion.(tfS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 3/27/2013)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
CIVIL PRETRIAL MINUTES
Case No. MD-07-1827
Judge: SUSAN ILLSTON
(9-5840, 10-117, 10-3205, 10-4346, 10-4572, 10-4945, 10-5452, 10-5458, 10-5616, 10-5625, 11-58,
11-711, 11-829, 11-829, 11-2225, 11-2495, 11, 2591, 11-3342, 11-3763, 11-3856, 11-4116, 11-4119,
11-5765, 11-5781, 11-6241, 12-335, 12-1426, 12-1599, 12-2214, 12-2495, 12-4114
Title: IN RE: TFT-LCD (FLAT PANEL) ANTITRUST LITIGATION
ATTORNEYS: (see attached check in sheet)
Deputy Clerk: Tracy Kasamoto Court Reporter: Joan Columbini
1) Further Case Management Conference - HELD
Track I(b) trial has been continued to 7/22/13 and the pretrial is continued to 7/9/13 (7-1827, 10-4572,
10-4945, 10-5452, and 12-4114)
By 3/29/13, counsel shall submit a proposed pretrial scheduling order with respect to the Track I(b)
As to Track I(b), there will be no ATM FEE evidentiary hearing.
T-Mobile and Defendants shall submit a stipulation to the 75 day extension, with revised dates. If TMobile seeks to reinstate certain indirect purchaser claims pursuant to the Ninth Circuit's AT&T
Mobility LLC v. AU Optronics Corp. decision, it must submit a motion. The Court grants TMobile leave to submit such motion.
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