Conley et al v. Carrier IQ, Inc.
Case Opened. Documents may now be electronically filed. Case number 11-1059-GPM-SCW must be placed on all documents prior to filing them electronically.(Attachments: # 1 Consent to Proceed before a Magistrate Judge)(jlrr )
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Southern District of Illinois
NOTICE AND CONSENT TO
PROCEED BEFORE A MAGISTRATE JUDGE
Notice of a magistrate judge’s availability. In accordance with 28 U.S.C. § 636(c), a United
States magistrate judge of this court is available to conduct all proceedings in this civil action
(including a jury or nonjury trial) and to order the entry of a final judgment. The judgment may then
be appealed directly to the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit like any other
judgment of this court. A magistrate judge may exercise this authority only if all parties voluntarily
consent. You may consent to have your case referred to a magistrate judge, or you may withhold your
consent without adverse substantive consequences.
Note: If this case is transferred on consent to a magistrate judge, major criminal cases will not interfere
with its scheduling and progress. This means that it is likely this civil case will be resolved sooner and
at less expense to the parties if a magistrate judge decides the case.
Consent to a magistrate judge’s authority. The following parties consent to have a magistrate
judge conduct all proceedings in this case including trial, entry of final judgment, and all post-trial
Printed Name of Party
Signature of Party or Attorney
Return this form via U.S. mail to the clerk of court only if you are consenting to the exercise of
jurisdiction by a magistrate judge. Do not send this form to the judge. The form must be submitted
in paper format and cannot be filed electronically. Each party may submit an executed form
OAO 85 (Rev. 01/09)
MODIFIED SDIL (5/2010)
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