Boyd v. Accuray, Inc
ORDER Continuing Hearing on Motion. Motion Hearing set for 12/7/2011 02:00 PM in Courtroom 8, 4th Floor, San Jose before Hon. Lucy H. Koh. Signed by Judge Lucy H. Koh on 11/14/2011. (lhklc1, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 11/14/2011)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
SAN JOSE DIVISION
MICHAEL E. BOYD,
United States District Court
For the Northern District of California
ACCURAY, INC.; DOES 1-50,
Case No.: 11-CV-1644-LHK
ORDER CONTINUING HEARING ON
MOTION FOR LEAVE TO FILE FIRST
On October 7, 2011, Plaintiff filed a Notice of Motion and Motion for Leave to File First
Amended Complaint. ECF No. 16. Plaintiff did not comply with the Court’s standing order,
which allows motions to be “noticed for hearing only after contacting Judge Koh’s Courtroom
Deputy, Martha Parker Brown, at 408-535-5346 and obtaining an available date.” Standing Order
Regarding Case Management in Civil Cases, at 2, April 25, 2011. Plaintiff recognized that “the
proposed hearing date [of November 17, 2011] is also subject to conferring with the Clerk and
defense counsel on October 11, 2011, when the date can be adjusted according to the availability of
the Court and counsel.” ECF No. 16, at 3. Plaintiff never conferred with the Courtroom Deputy.
Although the motion would ordinarily be set for a hearing on a date that is available as of the date
of this Order, in the interest of maintaining the current case schedule, the Court will continue the
hearing on the motion to December 7, 2011, to be held in conjunction with the Case Management
Conference already set for that date. The Court will not countenance any further failures to comply
with the Civil Local Rules and the Court’s standing orders.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
November 14, 2011
LUCY H. KOH
United States District Judge
Case No.: 11-CV-01644-LHK
ORDER CONTINUING HEARING
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