McKinney-Drobnis v. Massage Envy Franchising, LLC
SECOND ORDER DIRECTING PLAINTIFFS TO SUBMIT CHAMBERS COPY IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE CIVIL LOCAL RULES AND THE COURT'S STANDING ORDERS. Signed by Judge Maxine M. Chesney on 05/08/17. (mmclc2, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 5/8/2017)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
For the Northern District of California
United States District Court
BAERBEL MCKINNEY-DROBNIS, et al.,
No. C-16-6450 MMC
SECOND ORDER DIRECTING
PLAINTIFFS TO SUBMIT CHAMBERS
COPY IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE CIVIL
LOCAL RULES AND THE COURT’S
MASSAGE ENVY FRANCHISING
RANSTAD NORTH AMERICA, L.P.,
On April 28, 2017, plaintiffs electronically filed their “Amended Class Action
Complaint.” Plaintiffs have violated the Civil Local Rules of this District and the Court’s
Standing Orders, however, by failing “to provide for chambers a paper copy of each
document that is electronically filed . . . marked ‘Chambers Copy’.” See Civil L.R. 5-1(e)(7);
see also Standing Orders For Civil Cases Assigned to The Honorable Maxine M. Chesney
Plaintiffs are hereby ORDERED to comply with the Civil Local Rules of this District
and the Court’s Standing Orders by immediately submitting a chambers copy of the abovereferenced document.
The Court has previously advised plaintiffs of their failure to comply with the Civil
Local Rules of this District and the Court’s Standing Orders in connection with earlier-filed
documents. (See Order, filed February 23, 2017.) Such reminder appears to have had
little to no effect on compelling compliance therewith.
Parties are expected to comply with court rules without repeated reminders.
Accordingly, plaintiffs are hereby advised that the Court will impose sanctions, including,
but not limited to, striking from the record any further electronically filed document for which
a chambers copy has not been timely provided to the Court.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: May 8, 2017
MAXINE M. CHESNEY
United States District Judge
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