Bauer v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. et al
ORDER RELATING CASE TO C-11-1919 JSW. Signed by Judge Jeffrey S. White on 7/19/11. (jjoS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 7/19/2011)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
RELATED CASE ORDER
A Motion for Administrative Relief to Consider Whether Cases Should be Related or a
Sua Sponte Judicial Referral for Purpose of Determining Relationship (Civil L.R. 3-12) has been
filed. The time for filing an opposition or statement of support has passed. As the judge
assigned to the earliest filed case below that bears my initials, I find that the more recently filed
case(s) that I have initialed below are related to the case assigned to me, and such case(s) shall
be reassigned to me. Any cases listed below that are not related to the case assigned to me are
referred to the judge assigned to the next-earliest filed case for a related case determination.
C 11-01919 JSW
Main v. Wal-Mart Stores Inc
C 11-3233 EDL
Bauer v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
I find that the above case is related to the case assigned to me:
Counsel are instructed that all future filings in any reassigned case are to bear the initials
of the newly assigned judge immediately after the case number. Any case management
conference in any reassigned case will be rescheduled by the Court. The parties shall adjust the
dates for the conference, disclosures and report required by FRCivP 16 and 26 accordingly.
Unless otherwise ordered, any dates for hearing noticed motions are vacated and must be renoticed by the moving party before the newly assigned judge; any deadlines set by the ADR
Local Rules remain in effect; and any deadlines established in a case management order continue
to govern, except dates for appearance in court, which will be rescheduled by the newly assigned
Dated: July 19, 2011
Jeffrey S. White
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
Copies to: Courtroom Deputies
Case Systems Administrators
Counsel of Record
Entered into Assignment Program:
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