Fernandez et al v. Obesity Research Institute, LLC et al
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|August 28, 2013
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER signed by Chief Judge Morrison C. England, Jr. on 8/28/2013 ORDERING the Court DENIES defendants' 20 motion to change venue, and plaintiffs' 29 motion for preliminary injunction; Defendants' 21 motion to STAY is GRANTED, not later than 10 days after the proceedings are concluded in the Duran action, defendants are directed to inform this Court of the status of this case and move to lift the stay; the Court DENIES defendants' 10 , 12 motion to dismiss and plaintiffs' 26 motion to appoint class counsel, without prejudice and directes the parties to refile their motions when the stay is lifted, if the parties choose to do so. CASE STAYED (Reader, L)
|July 5, 2013
ORDER signed by Chief Judge Morrison C. England, Jr on 7/3/2013 ORDERING Hearings on Motions 10 and 12 RESET for 8/8/2013 at 02:00 PM in Courtroom 7 (MCE) before Chief Judge Morrison C. England Jr. (Waggoner, D)
|July 3, 2013
ORDER signed by Chief Judge Morrison C. England, Jr on 7/3/2013 DENYING 22 Motion for an Order to Show Cause without prejudice. Plaintiffs may refile their motion in compliance with LR 231. It is further ORDERED that 22 Motion for Appointment of Interim Class Counsel is DENIED without prejudice. Plaintiffs should, if they choose to do so, file a properly noticed motion in compliance with LR 230. (Donati, J)
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