PH(X) Glass, LLC et al v. Clarke et al
ORDER SCHEDULING DEFAULT JUDGMENT HEARING. Signed by Magistrate Judge Bernard Zimmerman on 11/20/2008. (bzsec, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 11/20/2008)
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No. C 08-2533 PJH (BZ) ORDER SCHEDULING DEFAULT JUDGMENT HEARING
It is HEREBY ORDERED that a hearing on plaintiffs' application for default judgment is scheduled for Wednesday, January 21, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. in Courtroom G, 15th Floor, 450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, California, 94102. Plaintiffs should attend and be prepared to prove their damages by competent testimony or other admissible evidence. If plaintiffs intend to prove damages by affidavits or declarations, the affiant or declarant should have personal knowledge of all matters to which she testifies. evidence, proper foundations must be established. For all For an
explanation of the evidentiary requirements for proving damages in a default case, the parties are encouraged to 1
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consult Chapter Six of Civil Procedure Before Trial by William W. Schwarzer, A. Wallace Tashima, and James M. Wagstaffe. Defendants should attend the hearing if they contest the validity or amount of plaintiffs' claim. Seven days before the hearing, on Wednesday, January 14, 2009, plaintiffs shall file a declaration setting forth in detail all steps taken to serve defendants with this order. If defendants actually received this Order, plaintiff's declaration should so state, including plaintiff's basis for this knowledge. Dated: November 20, 2008 Bernard Zimmerman United States Magistrate Judge
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