The Estate of Kenneth Harding Jr. et al v. The City and County of San Francisco et al
ORDER RESETTING CMC FROM 12/14/12 TO 2/14/13 AT 9:00 A.M. (stipulated by defendant) re 15 Letter filed by Denika Chatman. Signed by Judge Edward M. Chen on 12/6/12. (bpf, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 12/6/2012)
LAW OFFICES OF JOHN L. BURRIS
AIRPORT CORPORATE CENTRE
7677 OAKPORT STREET, SUITE 1120
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94621
T: (510) 839-5200 / F: (510) 839-3882
December 4, 2012
Honorable Edward M. Chen
United States Northern District Court
450 Golden Gate Avenue
Courtroom 5, 17th Floor
San Francisco, California 94102
Request to Continue Initial Case Management Conference
Estate of Kenneth Harding, et al. v. CCSF, et al.
USNDC Case No.: C 12-3978 EMC
Dear Honorable Chen:
The parties to the above referenced case hereby respectfully request that the Initial
Case Management Conference currently scheduled for December 14, 2012 be continued
to later date. Good cause being, my firm recently received notice that Plaintiff Denica
Chatman retained the law firm of Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley to represent her in
this matter. To that end, Mr. Burris and myself recently executed a Substitution of
Attorney and anticipate that it will be filed by with the court shortly. Carpenter,
Zuckerman & Rowley will need additional time to meet and confer with Defendants and
prepare the Joint Case Management Conference Statement. Moreover, continuing the
Initial CMC will serve judicial economy by not requiring the Court to hold two CMC’s.
In light of the foregoing, the parties respectfully request the Initial Case
Management Conference be continued to some other later date convenient to the Court.
Adante D. Pointer
Cc: Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley
IT IS SO DIFIED
IT IS SO ORDERED that the CMC is reset from 12/14/12 at 9:00 a.m. to 2/14/13 at 9:00 a.m. A
joint CMC statement shall be filed by 2/7/13.
Edward M. Chen
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