Google Inc. v. Rockstar Consortium US LP et al

Filing 14

CASE MANAGEMENT SCHEDULING ORDER FOR REASSIGNED CIVIL CASE: Case Management Statement due by 4/2/2014. Case Management Conference set for 4/9/2014 02:00 PM. Signed by Judge Claudia Wilken on 1/7/2014. (Attachments: # 1 Standing Order)(ndr, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 1/7/2014)

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1 2 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 3 FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 4 5 No. C 13-05933 CW GOOGLE INC., 6 CASE MANAGEMENT SCHEDULING ORDER FOR REASSIGNED CIVIL CASE Plaintiff, 7 v. 8 ROCKSTAR CONSORTIUM US LP, et al., 9 Defendants. 10 / 11 This action having been reassigned to the undersigned judge, 12 IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that a Case Management Conference will be 13 held on April 9, 2014, at 2:00 p.m., in Courtroom 2, 4th Floor, 1301 14 Clay Street, Oakland, CA 94612. Pursuant to Civil L.R. 16-9(a), a 15 joint Case Management Statement will be due seven (7) days prior to 16 the conference (see attached Standing Order for All Judges of the 17 Northern District of California). 18 Plaintiff is directed to serve a copy of this Order at once on 19 all parties to this action in accordance with the provisions of Rule 20 5 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Following service, the 21 party causing the service shall file a certificate of service with the 22 Clerk of Court. 23 IT IS SO ORDERED. 24 25 Dated: 26 27 28 January 7, 2014 __________________________ CLAUDIA WILKEN UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 1 SCHEDULING NOTES AND STANDING ORDER 2 Criminal Law and Motion calendar is conducted on Mondays at 2:00 p.m. for defendants in custody and 2:30 p.m. for defendants not in custody. Case Management Conferences and Pretrial Conferences are conducted on Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m. Civil Motion calendar is conducted on Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. Order of call is determined by the Court. Parties need not reserve a hearing date for civil motions; however, parties must check the legal newspapers or the Court’s website at for unavailable dates. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Discovery disputes will be referred to a Magistrate Judge. After the parties have met and conferred, the parties shall prepare a joint letter of not more than 8 pages explaining the dispute. Up to 12 pages of attachments may be added. The joint letter must be electronically filed under the Civil Events category of "Motions and Related Filings >Motions-- General > Discovery Letter Brief." The Magistrate Judge to whom the matter is assigned will advise the parties of how that Judge intends to proceed. The Magistrate Judge may issue a ruling, order more formal briefing, or set a telephone conference or a hearing. After a Magistrate Judge has been assigned, all further discovery matters shall be filed pursuant to that Judge's procedures. Motions for Summary Judgment: Absent permission from the Court, all case-dispositive motions in a case will be briefed and heard together, on the case-dispositive motion hearing cut-off date, or on an earlier available date agreed to by the parties. Multiple parties should file joint briefs if possible. If Plaintiffs wish to file a motion for summary judgment, they shall do so 6 weeks before the cut-off date. If Defendants wish to file a cross-motion as well as an opposition to the motion, any cross-motion shall be contained within the opposition to the motion, which may contain up to 25 pages in total, and shall be filed 14 days after the filing of the motion. The reply to the motion shall include the opposition to any cross-motion, may contain up to 15 pages in total, and shall be filed 7 days after the filing of the opposition. A reply to any cross-motion may contain up to 15 pages, and shall be filed 7 days after the filing of the opposition. If Plaintiffs do not file a motion for summary judgment, Defendants may file one 5 weeks before the case-dispositive motion hearing cutoff date and the schedule in Local Rule 7-3 shall apply. Courtesy copies of multi-page exhibits for chambers should be clearly marked with tabbed dividers.

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