American Postal Workers Union AFL-CIO et al v. United States Postal Service
ORDER DIRECTING PARTIES TO MEET AND CONFER. Signed by Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers on 11/7/12. (fs, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 11/7/2012)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
AMERICAN POSTAL WORKERS UNION AFLCIO et al.,
Case No.: 12-CV-5327 YGR
ORDER DIRECTING PARTIES TO MEET AND
CONFER REGARDING FORM OF ORDER ON
MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE,
United States District Court
Northern District of California
The Court is in receipt of a Notice of Decision by Defendant United States Postal Service to
Postpone Reassignment of American Postal Workers Union Represented Employees (Dkt. No. 45)
and Plaintiffs’ Response to Defendant’s Notice (Dkt. No. 49).
Accordingly, the parties are ORDERED TO MEET AND CONFER regarding a form of order on
Plaintiffs’ Motion for Preliminary Injunction, which seeks to enjoin Defendant from subcontracting
truck driving routes until a grievance is resolved through an arbitration scheduled for November 27
and November 28, 2012, in light of the notification by Defendant that “‘[i]f the Postal Service
decides to transition to highway contract routes, any impacted APWU-represented employees will
remain in their current positions until they are scheduled for reassignment, which will be no earlier
than January 26, 2013, consistent with the provisions of Article 12 of the National Agreement.’”
If said form of order is filed in advance of the hearing on preliminary injunction, then the
hearing will be taken off calendar. If the parties need additional time to file said form of order, the
parties should advise the Court of same, and the Court can continue the hearing. Otherwise the
hearing shall take place as scheduled.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Date: November 7, 2012
YVONNE GONZALEZ ROGERS
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT JUDGE
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