Dickstein v. State Bar of California et al
ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR ADMINISTRATIVE RELIEF. Signed by Judge Maxine M. Chesney on November 26, 2012. (mmclc1, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 11/26/2012)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
For the Northern District of California
United States District Court
JEFFREY A. DICKSTEIN,
No. C-12-4676 MMC
ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF’S MOTION
FOR ADMINISTRATIVE RELIEF
STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA, et al.,
Before the Court is plaintiff Jeffrey A. Dickstein’s Motion for Administrative Relief,
filed October 25, 2012. Defendants have not filed a response. Having read and
considered plaintiff’s administrative motion, the Court rules as follows.
To the extent the motion seeks a continuance of the dates set forth in the Order
Setting Initial Case Management Conference and ADR Deadlines issued by Magistrate
Judge Elizabeth D. Laporte, the motion is hereby DENIED as moot. In light of the
reassignment of the above-titled action to the undersigned, the Court, on November 6,
2012, issued a Case Management Conference Order in which the dates and deadlines set
forth in the prior order have been continued.
To the extent the motion seeks permission to send to the Clerk by first class mail
chambers copies of all documents plaintiff files, the motion is hereby DENIED. Although,
as plaintiff points out, chambers copies of certain documents must be delivered to the
Clerk the day after the document is electronically filed, see, e.g., Civil L.R. 5-1(e)(7)(E)
(requiring courtesy copy of “documents filed in connection with a hearing or other
proceeding to be held within 7 days of the filing” be delivered to the Clerk no later than
noon on court day following day documents are filed), there is no indication plaintiff is likely
to file those types of documents to such extent that complying with the Local Rules of this
District would cause plaintiff an economic hardship. At present, the only documents plaintiff
is required to file in the near future are oppositions to pending motions to dismiss;
chambers copies of oppositions to motions may be mailed by first class mail to the Clerk ‘s
Office on the same date on which the opposition is filed. See Civil L.R. 5-1(e)(7)(A).
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: November 26, 2012
MAXINE M. CHESNEY
United States District Judge
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