May v. Washington Mutual Brokerage Holdings, Inc. et al
STIPULATION AND ORDER AS MODIFIED BY THE COURT DENYING DEFENDANT FDIC'S MOTIONS TO DISMISS AS MOOT IN LIGHT OF THE PARTIES' STIPULATION; SETTING CASEMANAGEMENT CONFERENCE AS TO ALL PARITES FOR MAY 24, 2010 re 68 Stipulation filed by Myrra May. Motions terminated: 61 AMENDMENT to 55 MOTION to dismiss AMENDMENT, 62 Second MOTION to Amend/Correct, 55 MOTION to Dismiss Plaintiff's Second Amended Complaint. Joint Case Management Conference statement due 5/14/2010. Case Management Conference set for 5/24/2010 10:00 AM in Courtroom 8, 4th Floor, San Jose. Please see Order for further specifics. Signed by Judge James Ware on 5/3/2010. (ecg, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 5/3/2010)
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ORDER DENYING DEFENDANT FDIC'S MOTIONS TO DISMISS AS MOOT IN LIGHT OF THE PARTIES' STIPULATION; SETTING CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE AS TO ALL PARITES FOR MAY 24, 2010
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In light of this Order, all pending Motions to Dismiss by Defendant FDIC are DENIED as moot as to Plaintiff's TILA claim against the FDIC. (Docket Item Nos. 55, 61, 62.) However, the Court notes that Plaintiff has not filed any Opposition to address the FDIC's Motions as to the state law claims-the Opposition was due on April 13, 2010. Since there is no Opposition by Plaintiff, the Court presumes that this Stipulation covers the state law claims against the FDIC as well. The Court sets a Case Management Conference for all parties on May 24, 2010 at 10 a.m. On or before May 14, 2010, the parties shall file a Joint Case Management Statement. The Statement shall include, among other things, a good faith discovery plan with a proposed date for the close of all discovery, and an update on the parties' settlement efforts, if any.
Dated: May 3, 2010
_____________________________ JAMES WARE United States District Judge
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