Sylvester et al v. Menu Foods, Inc. et al

Filing 2

Order Setting Rule 16 Scheduling Conference for 09:00AM on 10/29/2007 before JUDGE KEVIN S.C. CHANG. by Judge HELEN GILLMOR. (eps )

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Sylvester et al v. Menu Foods, Inc. et al Case 1:07-cv-00409-ACK-KSC Document 2 Filed 07/27/2007 Page 1 of 1 Doc. 2 CLVIL NO. C V O 7-0434 09 . FILED I THE N UNjTED STATES BlSR)Cr C O ~ R T OOROR SETTING RULE 16 SCHEDULING CONTERENCE M-O~I-, 3 DiliRIiCT (pi: H A ~ ~ ~ A I ~ 0: J "1~ , lubi f L 3" 9" i / 'i 0 NOTICE SETTING STATUS CONFERENCE ORDER23 amj - " A ~ - . ~ .-$,-M L/ SUE BEiRA, CLcRK 6'.-t You are hereby Conference on to at 9:00 a.m. before [7 Magistrate Judge Barry M. Kurren in Courtroon 6 Magistrate Cudge Leslie E. Kobayashi in Courtroom 7 fP Eagistrate Jcdge Kevin S.C. Chang in Courtroom 5 Pursuant to Rule 16 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure ("Fed.R.Civ.P.") and Local Rule 16.2 of the Rules of the Uniced States District Court for the District of Hawaii ("L.R."): Each party shall file a Scheduling Conference Statement pursaant to L.R. 15.2(5), and shall attend in person or by couiisel. Parties are reminded that, unless otherwise ordered by the Court, a meeting of the parties must occur at least 21 days prior to the Scheduling Conference and a report subcitted to the Court. Except as otherwise provided by L.R. 26.1(cj, no formal discovery may be comenced before che meeting of the parties. Failuze to file and/or failure to attend will resulc in imposition of sanctiocs, (including fines or dismissal), under Fed.R.Civ.P. 16(fj and L.R. 11.1. DATED at Honclul~,Hawali JUi. 2 7 2007 - HELEN GILLMOR Chief, U.S. Districi Judge : hereby acknowledge receipi of the Order C-nference. Setting Rule i 6 Schedclrcg ZsnferecceiStat;~ --r ..,.!rku - . ~ ~ w :;$r,!:urGdi RLlNG -.* i ~ ', . .. &~,#*-* iqr: Accy ( j Secy ( ) Nessenqer () THIS RULE 16 ORDER/NOTICE OF STATUS CONFERENCE IS ATTACHED TO THE INITIATING DOCUMENT (COMPLAINT/NOTICE OF REMOVAL) & MUST BE SERVED WITH THE DOCUMENT. PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE.)

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