You're viewing Docket Item 49 from the case Jonah Ansell v. Daniel S. Laikin et al. View the full docket and case details.

Download this document:




Case 2:10-cv-09292-PA -AGR Document 49 Filed 07/27/11 Page 1 of 2 Page ID #:424
SEND

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA

CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL

Case No. CV 10-9292 PA (AGRx)
Title

Jonah Ansell v. Daniel S. Laikin, et al.

Date

July 27, 2011

Present: The
Honorable

PERCY ANDERSON, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

Paul Songco
Deputy Clerk
Attorneys Present for Plaintiffs:

Proceedings:

None
IN CHAMBERS

Not Reported
Court Reporter

N/A

Tape No.

Attorneys Present for Defendants:

None

The Court has received the parties’ joint 26(f) report and finds that a scheduling conference is

not necessary. Dates set by the Court in this action are listed in the “Schedule of Trial and Pretrial
Dates” attached to this order. In addition to the attached dates, the Court also sets the deadline for
Plaintiff to file his motion for class certification as October 25, 2011. The dates set by the Court are
firm dates. Absent extraordinary circumstances, which must satisfy the requirements of Federal Rule of
Civil Procedure 16(b) and be brought to the Court’s attention in a timely manner, the Court will not
modify these dates. The scheduling conference currently on calendar for Monday, August 1, 2011 at
10:30 a.m. is hereby vacated, and the matter taken off calendar.

The Court shall enter a Protective Order in this action. A copy of the Protective Order will be

served on the parties. The Protective Order may be modified or supplemented by the parties. However,
given the trial and pretrial dates set by the Court, disputes concerning the Protective Order should not
delay the parties’ prosecution of this action.

Pursuant to the agreement of the parties, this matter has been referred to private mediation. The

parties have fourteen (14) days to select a mediator who has no conflicts and is otherwise available to
act as the settlement officer in this matter. If the parties are unable to agree on a mediator, each side
shall submit to the Court the name of a mediator who agrees to act as the settlement officer. The Court
will then randomly select the settlement officer.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

cc:

ADR Manager

CV-90 (06/04)

CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL

Page 1 of 1

Case 2:10-cv-09292-PA -AGR Document 49 Filed 07/27/11 Page 2 of 2 Page ID #:425

U.S. District Judge Percy Anderson
Schedule of Trial and Pretrial Dates

CASE NO.:

CV 10-09292

PARTIES:

Jonah Ansell

-v-

Daniel S. Laikin, et al.

COMPLAINT FILED:

12/03/10

TRIAL TYPE:

JURY

SETTLEMENT CHOICE:
Court/Magistrate
Attorney Settlement Panel
Outside ADR
Judicial Settlement Panel

DATE

07/10/12

07/05/12

07/02/12

06/15/12

06/01/12

05/14/12

05/07/12

04/30/12

10/24/11

X

MATTER

Jury Trial at 9:00 a.m.

File Final Trial Exhibit Stipulation

Hearing on Motions in Limine at 1:30 p.m.
Hearing on Disputed Jury Instructions at 1:30 p.m.

Final Pretrial Conference at 1:30 p.m.
Motions in Limine to be Filed
Proposed Voir Dire Questions & Agreed-to Statement of Case

Lodge Pretrial Conference Order & Pretrial Exhibit Stipulation
File Contentions of Fact & Law
Exhibit & Witness Lists
File Status Report Regarding Settlement
File Agreed Upon Set of Instructions & Verdict Forms
File Joint Statement Regarding Disputed Instructions, Verdicts, etc.

Last Date to Conduct Settlement Conference

Last Day for Hearing Motions

Discovery Cut-off

Last Day for Hearing on Motion to Amend Pleadings or Add Parties