California Union Square L.P. v. Saks & Company LLC.
DISREGARD, sEE DOCKET NO. 51 FOR CORRECT ORDER. ORDER by Judge Haywood S. Gilliam, Jr. Granting 42 Motion to Relate Case. (ndrS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 5/18/2017) Modified on 5/18/2017 (ndrS, COURT STAFF).
TED STATE DISTRIC COURT
TRICT OF C
RELATED CASE OR
A Motion for Administrati Relief to Consider W
Whether Case Should be Related or a
Relationship (Civil L.R. 3-12) has been
Sua Spont Judicial Referral for Purpose of Determining R
filed. The time for filing an oppos
sition or stat
tement of su
upport has pa
assed. As th judge assig
California Union Squar L.P. v. Sak & Compa LLC.
I find that the more recentl filed case(s) that I hav initialed b
below are related to the c
assigned to me, and su case(s) shall be reass
signed to me Any cases listed below that are no
related to the case assi
igned to me are referred to the judge assigned to the next-ea
arliest filed c
for a relate case determination.
California Union Squar L.P. v. Sa & Compa
Th parties are instructed that all futur filings in a reassign case are t bear the
initials of the newly assigned judg immediate after the case numbe Any case managemen
conference in any reas
ssigned case will be resc
cheduled by the Court. T parties s
shall adjust t
dates for the conference, disclosur and repor required b FRCivP 1 and 26 accordingly.
ered, any dat for hearin noticed m
motions are v
vacated and m be remust
noticed by the moving party befor the newly assigned jud
dge; any dea
adlines set by the ADR L
Rules rem in effect and any de
ablished in a case manag
gement order continue to
xcept dates for appearance in court, which will b reschedule by the ne
Dated: May 18, 2017
Haywood S. Gilliam Jr.
United S tates Distric Judge
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
The court has reviewed the motion and determined that no cases are related and no
reassignments shall occur.
Nikki Riley, Courtroom Deputy
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