The Facebook, Inc. v. Connectu, Inc et al
DOCUMENT (FILED UNDER SEAL) (bw, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 10/17/2007)
The Facebook, Inc. v. Connectu, LLC et al
Filed03/09/07 Page1 of 1
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA ) ) PHILLIP CHAMPION ) Plaintiff(s) ) ) C 04-00101 CW -v) ) ORDER SETTING INITIAL CASE MANAGEMENT USA ) CONFERENCE Defendant(s) ) ______________________________) IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that this action is assigned to the Honorable CLAUDIA WILKEN. When serving the complaint or notice of removal, the plaintiff or removing defendant must serve on all other parties a copy of this order, the handbook entitled "Dispute Resolution Procedures in the Northern District of California" and all other documents specified in Civil Local Rule 4-2. Counsel must comply with the case schedule listed below unless the Court otherwise orders. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this action is assigned to the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Multi-Option Program governed by ADR Local Rule 3. Counsel and clients must familiarize themselves with that rule and with the handbook entitled "Dispute Resolution Procedures in the Northern District of California." CASE SCHEDULE [ADR MULTI-OPTION PROGRAM]
Date Event Governing Rule ------------------------------------------------------------------------01/09/2004 Complaint filed 04/23/2004 Last day to meet and confer re initial disclosures, early settlement, ADR process selection, and discovery plan 04/23/2004 Last day to file Joint ADR Certification with Stipulation to ADR process or Notice of Need for ADR Phone Conference 05/07/2004 Last day to complete initial disclosures or state objection in Rule 26(f) Report, file/serve Case Management Statement, and file/serve Rule 26(f) Report 05/14/2004 Case Management Conference in Courtroom 2, Oakland at 1:30 PM C FRCivP 26(f) & ADR LR 3-5 Civil L.R. 16-8
FRCivP 26(a)(1) Civil L.R.16-9
Civil L.R. 16-10
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