San Francisco Baykeeper v. Premier Recycle Company

Filing 22

STIPULATION AND ORDER REFERRING CASE to Mediation. Signed by Judge Howard R. Lloyd on 9/18/13. (hrllc1, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 9/18/2013)

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*E-Filed: September 18, 2013* UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA _]_!ln~fgnci§co Bayk>±P~L--~-' CASE NO. C 13-01695 HRL Plaintiff(s), ST!PULA TION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER SELECTING ADR PROCESS v. Premier Recycle Company Defendant(s). _ _ _ _! Counsel report that they have met and conferred regarding ADR and have reached the following stipulation pursuant to Civil L.R. 16-8 and ADR L.R. 3-5: The parties agree to participate in the following ADR process: Court Processes: D Non-binding Arbitration (ADR L.R. 4) D Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) (ADR L.R. 5) 1l( Mediation (ADR L.R. 6) (Note: Parties who believe that an early settlement conference with a Magistrate Judge is appreciably more likely to meet their needs than any other form ofADR must participate in an ADR phone conference and may not file this form. They must instead file a Notice ofNeedfor ADR Phone Conference. See Civil Local Rule 16-8 andADR L.R. 3-5) Private Process: D Private ADR (please identifY process and provider) - - - - - - · - - - - - - - The parties agree to hold the ADR session by: ·¢_ the presumptive deadline (The deadline is 90 days from the date ofthe order referring the case to an ADR process unless otherwise ordered.) D other requested deadline-------- Dated: 9/17/13 CONTINUE TO FOLLOWING PAGE [PROPOSED] ORDER ~L76-rJr ,.1;_, ____ Attorney for Plaintiff'~-;~= XD D The parties' stipulation is adopted and IT IS SO ORDERED. The parties' stipulation is modified as follows, and IT IS SO ORDERED. Dated: September 18, 2013 UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE HOWARD R. LLOYD When filing this document in ECF, please be sure to use the appropriate Docket Event, e.g., "Stipulation and Proposed Order Selecting Mediation." Rev, 12/l 1 Page 2 of2

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