Roberto Alaniz v. Los Angeles City of et al
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|July 11, 2014
MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS by Judge Gary A. Feess: Order re: Trial Schedule. The Court has received and reviewed the parties' joint statement regarding the status of this lawsuit. Based on that submission, the case is set for trial according to th e attached schedule. The parties will also receive a scheduling and case management order from the Court that describes the obligations of counsel in the conduct of pre-trial proceedings and the preparation of the case for trial. The parties should note that the Court is not consolidating thiscase with the Mata matter. (smo)
|May 30, 2014
MINUTE ORDER (IN CHAMBERS) by Judge Gary A. Feess: Order re: Trial Schedule. The counsel for the individually named plaintiffs in the Alaniz and Mata cases and counsel for defendant City of Los Angeles are to meet and confer and prepare a proposed schedule in each case leading to trial of the individual plaintiffs remaining off-the-clock claims. The meet and confer should take place no later than Monday, June 9, 2014, and a joint statement regarding scheduling should be filed with the Court no later than Friday, June 13, 2014. Thereafter, the Court will set the matter for a status conference. (smo)
|October 28, 2013
MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS by Judge Gary A. Feess: In a status conference held today in CV03-2190 GAF (AJWx): James Nolan, et al. v. City of Los Angeles, et al., the Court lifted the stays in these two actions (CV04-8592-GAF (AJWx): Alaniz v. City of L os Angeles, et al. and CV07-6782-GAF (AJWx): Mata v. City of Los Angeles, et al.). Specifically, the Court orders that discovery is reopened and the discovery cut-off deadline is extended to April 25, 2014. The motion stays are also lifted. The last day to hear a motion is now May 5, 2014. (smo)
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