Conservation Congress v. United States Forest Service
||United States Forest Service
||June 9, 2018
||California Eastern District Court
||Craig M. Kellison
||John A. Mendez
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|December 11, 2018
ORDER signed by District Judge John A. Mendez on 12/11/2018 GRANTING 30 Permission to dispense with the requirement of filing a Statement of Undisputed Facts when filing its Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment. (Reader, L)
|December 10, 2018
STIPULATION and ORDER signed by District Judge John A. Mendez on 12/10/2018 ORDERING the deadline for defendant's summary judgment opposition and cross-motion for summary judgment is EXTENDED to 12/21/2018. (Zignago, K.)
|November 20, 2018
STIPULATION and ORDER signed by District Judge John A. Mendez on 11/20/2018 APPROVING 26 Stipulation and MODIFYING SCHEDULE. The deadlines set forth in the 14 Order are extended as follows: Plaintiff's reply/opposition due by 1/31/2019 and Defendant's reply due by 2/21/2019. (York, M)
|September 25, 2018
STIPULATION and ORDER signed by District Judge John A. Mendez on 9/25/18 ORDERING that Defendant lodge/serve Administrative Record due Oct. 5, 2018. Plaintiff's motion for summary judgment due Nov. 13, 2018. Defendant's opposition/cross-motion for summary judgment due Dec. 17, 2018. Plaintiff's reply/ opposition due Jan. 10, 2019. Defendant's reply due Jan. 31, 2019. Cross-Motions Hearing to be determined. (Kaminski, H)
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