Automotive Industries Pension Trust Fund et al v. Capitol Dodge, Inc.

Filing 50

ORDER re 49 Letter, filed by Stephen J. Mack, Automotive Industries Pension Trust Fund, Chris Christophersen, James H. Beno, Charles J. Di Bari, Douglas Cornford, George Hall, Jr., James V. Canterbury, Mark Hollibush, Bill Brunelli, Don Crosatto. Judgement Debtor Examination taken off calendar. Counsel to contact Court to place matter back on calendar. Signed by Chief Judge Maria-Elena James on 9/13/11. (bjtS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 9/13/2011)

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September 8, 2011 VIA E-FILING & MESSENGER Chief Magistrate Judge Maria-Elena James San Francisco Courthouse Courtroom B - 15th Floor 450 Golden Gate Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102 Re: Automotive Industries Pension Trust Fund, et al., v. Capitol Dodge, Inc. Case No. C 10-04607 SBA [MEJ] Debtor’s Examination: September 19, 2011 Time: 9:30 a.m. Dear Chief Magistrate Judge James: In order to preserve judicial economy and to minimize attorneys’ fees and costs incurred, counsel for Plaintiffs, Automotive Industries Pension Trust Funds, et al., respectfully request the Court to remove the debtor’s examination of Glenn Hartzheim, Jr. from the Court calendar currently scheduled for September 19, 2011 until further notice. Plaintiffs’ counsel has subpoenaed and obtained financial documents of the Judgment Debtor from the Judgment Debtor’s accountants’ office and requires time to review and determine whether or not a debtor’s examination will be required. Respectfully submitted, ERED s NO RT FO na Jame aria-Ele Judge M A H ER R NIA O ORD IT IS S LI UNIT ED Dated: 9/13/11 By: ___________/S/__________________ Kimberly A. Hancock ISTRIC ES D Attorneys for Plaintiffs, TC T Automotive Industries Pension Trust Fund, et al. TA RT U O S SALTZMAN & JOHNSON LAW CORPORATION N D IS T IC T R OF C P:\CLIENTS\AUTPF\W\CASES\Hartzheim\PLEADINGS\Post-Judgment\Letter to Chief Magistrate Judge James 090811.doc

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