Khan v. S & C Electric Company

Filing 23

ORDER GRANTING re 20 Letter filed by S & C Electric Company for Steven L. Brenneman to appear by phone on 11/4/11 at 1:30 PM. Signed by Judge Joseph C. Spero on 10/31/11. (klhS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 10/31/2011)

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LAW OFFICES A LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS 55 East Monroe Street, Suite 2900, Chicago, Illinois 60603 Tel (312) 332-0777 Fax (312) 332-6130 Writer's Direct Dial: STEVEN L. BRENNEMAN (312) 960-6111 October 28, 2011 VIA ECF Magistrate Judge Joseph C. Spero San Francisco Courthouse Courtroom G - 15th Floor 450 Golden Gate Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102 Re: Request for Telephonic Appearance Mohammad Khan v. S&C Electric Company (N.D. Cal. No. 3:11-cv-03621) Dear Magistrate Judge Spero: The undersigned counsel for Defendant, S&C Electric Company, respectfully requests permission from the Court to appear telephonically at the Case Management Conference scheduled in the above-referenced action on November 4, 2011, commencing at 1:30 p.m. If permitted to appear telephonically, the undersigned counsel may be reached at the following direct land line phone number: (312) 960-6111. Very truly yours, FORD & HARRISON LLP /s/ Steven L. Brenneman Steven L. Brenneman Admitted pro hac vice Attorney for Defendant S&C Electric Company SLB:dlw cc: Seth W. Wiener, Counsel for Plaintiff Mohammad Khan H E R NIA FO Spero LI seph C. Judge Jo A UNIT ED RT ATLANTA MEMPHIS ERED O ORD D IT IS S ODIFIE AS M NO Chicago:370157.1 S DISTRICT TE C TA RT U O Dated: 10/31/11 S IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that counsel shall be on phone standby beginning at 1:30 PM and await the Court's call. • ASHEVILLE • BIRMINGHAM R• CHICAGO F C • DALLAS • DENVER N O • PHOENIX • MIAMI • MINNEAPOLIS • NEW D I S T R I C • ORLANDO YORK T • • JACKSONVILLE SPARTANBURG • • LOS ANGELES • MELBOURNE TAMPA • WASHINGTON, D.C.

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