Clark v. The Walt Disney Company et al

Filing 15

NOTICE of Hearing: Preliminary Pretrial Conference set for 2/5/2009 @ 10:30 AM before Mark R. Abel. Conf of the parties due 1/22/09; Rule 26f Report of the parties due 1/29/09. (sh1, )

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Clark v. The Walt Disney Company et al Doc. 15 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO EASTERN DIVISION Aaron Clark, NOTICE vs Case Number: 2: 08-cv-0982 Judge Holschuh Walt Disney Co., et al., Magistrate Judge Abel [X] TAKE NOTICE of a PRELIMINARY PRETRIAL CONFERENCE: Judge: ABEL Participants: Trial Counsel. Parties Welcome. Place: United States District Court 85 Marconi Boulevard Columbus, Ohio 43215 February 5, 2009 at 10:30 AM Room Number 208 Date/Time: CHANGE IN PRACTICE: You must hold a Conference of the Parties on or before January 22, 2009. You must file a Report of the Parties with the Court on January 29, 2009. Rule 26(f) Form, General Order on Pretrial and General Order on Settlement Week in Adobe format can be accessed through http://www.ohsd.uscourts.gov/judges/fpabel.htm. A WordPerfect file of the Rule 26(f) Report of Parties Form Notice can be obtained by e-mailing Spencer_Harris@ohsd.uscourts.gov PLEASE NOTE: Magistrate Judge Abel prefers to meet in person with counsel. The Court is willing to re-schedule to a date on which it is more convenient for counsel to travel to Columbus. If travel to Columbus is not practicable, and ALL PARTIES AGREE, you may request a telephone pretrial by calling Mr. Harris. Mark R. Abel United States Magistrate Judge Date: January 15, 2009 s/Spencer D. Harris Spencer D. Harris/Courtroom Deputy (614) 719-3027 Counsel are listed on the back of this Notice. If you are aware of any parties not included in this Notice, please call Spencer Harris immediately. E-mailed to: Dockets.Justia.com Brian E. Dickerson, Kevin Conners, Sharlene Chance, Grant E. Kinsel

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