Bauldry v. Town of Danville et al

Filing 221

ORDER granting 220 request to excuse Thomas Henderson from appearing at settlement conference. Signed by Judge Joseph C. Spero on October 22, 2015. (jcslc2S, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 10/22/2015)

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OFFICE OF THE COUNTY COUNSEL SHARON COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA L. ANDERSON CouNTY CouNsEL Administration Building 651 Pine Street, 9th Floor Martinez, CA 94553 MoNIKA L. CooPER L. GEIGER THOMAS MARY ANN McNETT MAsoN Steven P. Rettig (925) 335-1800 (925) 646-1 078 (fax) Writer's Direct Dial: (925) 335-1890 ASSISTANTS October 20, 2015 Magistrate Judge Joseph C. Spero Courtroom G, 15 1h Floor 450 Golden Gate A venue San Francisco, CA 94102 Re: Lane Bauldry v. Town of Danville, eta!. USDC, Northern District, Case No. C12-3943 CRB Dear Magistrate Judge Spero: I represent defendants Thomas Henderson and Contra Costa County in the above referenced action and request that Mr. Henderson be excused from attending the October 27, 2015 settlement conference. Mr. Henderson no longer works for the County and it would be a burden on him due to child care duties to have to attend the settlement conference. The Court previously excused Mr. Henderson from attending the May 27, 2015 settlement conference subject to Mr. Henderson being available via telephone. See ECF No. 187. Mr. Henderson's absence will not impact the possibility of settlement. Scott Selby, Assistant Risk Manager, and I will be present at the mediation with authority to resolve the claims against Mr. Henderson. Additionally, Mr. Henderson will be available via telephone. Matthew Haley, counsel for PlaintiffBauldry, does not object to Mr. Henderson's absence. Sincerely, ero h C. Sp sep Judge Jo RN A H cc: Matthew D. EHaley, Esq. LI RT FO NO DCB:tm TED GRAN R NIA UNIT ED ISTRIC ES D TC AT T RT U O S Dated: October 22, 2015 F D IS T IC T O R C

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