Whitaker v. Costco Wholesale Corporation et al
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|June 5, 2014
ORDER signed by Judge John A. Mendez on 6/4/2014 GRANTING IN PART, DENYING IN PART 239 Motion for Extension of Time/Motion to Compel; ORDERING that discovery be completed by 6/27/2014; ORDERING that the deposition of Alan Caito be held in Des Moine s, IA by 6/27/2014; ORDERING that the deposition of Randy Takeshita be held in, or near, Manteca, CA by 6/27/2014; ORDERING the plaintiff to pay all expenses incurred by the defendant's counsel in connection with said depositions, to be paid prior to the Final Pretrial Conference set for 8/15/2014. (Michel, G)
|April 16, 2014
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Edmund F. Brennan on 4/16/14 ORDERING that the motion to compel 236 is DENIED without prejudice, and the 4/30/14 hearing is VACATED. (Kastilahn, A)
|October 23, 2013
STIPULATION and ORDER signed by Judge John A. Mendez on 10/22/13 ORDERING the parties hereby agree and stipulate that: Plaintiff may depose Alan Caito, Randy Takeshita and Terry Fuller; Defendant may continue the deposition of Plaintiff for up to two hours; There will be no further written discovery, and; The parties request a trial date between June 2014 and October 2014, if that suits the Court. (Becknal, R)
|August 15, 2013
ORDER signed by Judge John A. Mendez on 8/14/2013 GRANTING in part and DENYING in part defendant's 222 Motion for Partial Summary Adjudication. Court is GRANTING summary judgment for defendant on plaintiff's second cause of action and DENYING partial summary judgment on plaintiff's first cause of action. (Marciel, M)
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