Blennis et al v. Helett-Packard Company
ORDER GRANTING 54 JOINT STIPULATION REQUESTING MODIFICATION OF HEARING AND BRIEFING SCHEDULE AND PROPOSED PLAN FOR FILING SETTLEMENT PAPERS AND MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY APPROVAL OF CLASS SETTLEMENT. Signed by Judge Jeremy Fogel on 4/26/2010. (jflc2, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 4/26/2010)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
JACKIE BLENNIS and DAVID BRICKNER, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated,
CASE NO. C 07-00333 JF
-(P-RO--O-------) ORDER GRATING JOINT -- ----P -- SED
HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY, a California Corporation; and DOES 1 through 250, inclusive,
STIPULATION REQUESTING MODIFICATION OF HEARNG AND BRIEFING SCHEDULE AND PROPOSED PLAN FOR FILING SETTLEMENT PAPERS AND MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY APPROVAL OF CLASS SETTLEMENT
Action Filed: January 17,2007
21 The Cour having reviewed the paries' stipulation to modify the briefing and hearing
22 schedule in this matter and the accompanying declaration of counsel, and having found good cause
23 shown, IT is ORDERED as follows:
24 (1) The briefing deadlines and other dates currently scheduled in this matter are taken off calendar;
25 (2) the paries wil make a good faith effort to file a wrtten settlement agreement and a motion for
26 preliminar approval of class settlement with the Cour by June 4,2010; and (3) if
the parties are
(PROPOSED) ORDER GRANTING JOINT STIP. REQUESTING MODIFICATION OF HEARG AND BRIEFING SCHEDULE AN PROPOSED PLAN FOR FILING SETTLEMENT PAPERS AND MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY APPROVAL OF CLASS SETTLEMENT, Case No. 07-00333-JF
1 unable to complete and file these documents by June 4,2010, a
joint status report will be filed in lieu
2 of these documents.
IT is SO ORDERED.
HONORALE JEREMY FOGEL UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUGE
(PROPOSED) ORDER GRANTING JOINT STIP. REQUESTING MODIFICATION OF HEARIG AN BRIEFING SCHEDULE AND PROPOSED PLAN FOR FILING SETTEMENT PAPERS AND MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY APPROVAL OF CLASS SETTLEMENT, Case No. 07-00333-JF
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