Ray v. Advanced Call Center Technologies, LLC
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|April 30, 2014
STIPULATION and ORDER signed by Judge Kimberly J. Mueller on 4/29/14 ORDERING, good cause appearing, the parties' stipulation for a stay pending final approval of the proposed class action settlement in Shelley Carl, et al. v. Advanced Call Cent er Technologies, LLC, Superior Court for the State of California, Sacramento County, Case No. 34-2013-00148310, is GRANTED. The Parties are directed to file a joint statement notifying the Court of the status of the proposed class action settlement within three days of the Sacramento Superior Court's ruling on the motion for final approval. (Becknal, R)
|October 16, 2013
PROTECTIVE ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Dale A. Drozd on 10/15/2013 ORDERING 20 that the foregoing Protective Order is APPROVED and the parties are ORDERED to act in compliance therewith. (Reader, L)
|August 1, 2013
ORDER of 10 NON-RELATED CASES signed by District Judge Troy L. Nunley on 7/31/2013. Court is DECLINING to relate cases pursuant to Local Rule 123. Assignment of matters to the same judge is not likely to effect a substantial savings of judicial eff ort or other economies. These actions involve the same or similar defendants, but the actions involve different proposed classes, there are unique facts and claims to each case, it is not clear that the same result should follow in these actions, and assignment to different judges would not entail substantial duplication of labor. Therefore, this action shall NOT be reassigned to Judge Nunley. (Marciel, M)
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