Koike et al v. Starbucks Corporation

Case Number: 3:2006cv03215
Filed: May 15, 2006
Court: California Northern District Court
Office: San Francisco Office
Presiding Judge: Vaughn R. Walker
Nature of Suit: Labor: Other
Cause of Action: 28:1441 Petition for Removal
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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January 26, 2009 139 Opinion or Order of the Court STIPULATION AND ORDER TO MODIFY BRIEFING SCHEDULE ON SHAUN NGUYEN'S MOTION TO INTERVENE re 138 filed by Starbucks Corporation. Signed by Judge Vaughn R Walker on 1/23/2009. (cgk, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 1/26/2009)
February 1, 2008 123 Opinion or Order of the Court STIPULATION AND ORDER re 122 filed by Starbucks Corporation. The hearing on motions for class certification and for partial summary judgment presently set for 2/7/2008 shall be continued to 4/10/2008 at 2:30 PM. No further briefing on the motions t o be heard shall be permitted except as to allow for briefing to inform the court of new case law developments and to allow Starbucks to file a response to Plaintiffs' evidentiary objections to the Declaration of Michael P. Ward. Signed by Chief Judge Vaughn R Walker on 2/1/2008. (cgk, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 2/1/2008)

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