Kahaku v. Chamberlain et al
||N. Chamberlain, K. Stewart, P. Earley, T. Cagle, M. Goodman, T. Serva, V. Serna, C. Thomas, C. White and T. Meza
||October 6, 2016
||US District Court for the Eastern District of California
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|November 28, 2017
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Deborah Barnes on 11/27/2017 DENYING without prejudice 24 motion for a settlement conference and GRANTING 25 motion for an extension of time. Defendants shall have an additional 60 days to respond to pl aintiff's interrogatories, requests for productions of documents, and requests for admissions, served by plaintiff on 10/16/2017; The deadline for conducting discovery in this case is extended to 4/3/2018; The deadline to file all pretrial motions, except motions to compel discovery, is extended to 6/26/2018; and All other provisions contained in the 22 Order shall remain in effect. (York, M)
|June 26, 2017
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Deborah Barnes on 6/23/2017 DISMISSING defendants Earley, Cagle, Goodman, Serna, Thomas, White, Meza, and Does 1-20 from this action without prejudice.(Yin, K)
|June 7, 2017
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Deborah Barnes on 6/6/2017 DIRECTING MONTHLY PAYMENTS be made from Prison Account of Daniel Kahaku. CDCR is to collect payments from plaintiff's account and forward to the clerk until the $350.00 filing fee is paid in full. Clerk to serve this order and a copy of plaintiff's IFP on the Director of CDCR. Clerk to also serve Financial with a copy of this order. (cc: CDCR and Financial Department) (Henshaw, R)
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