Gallimore et al v. Urban Out Sitters, Inc. et al
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|July 6, 2010
WRITTEN Opinion: Settlement conference is set for 08/25/10 at 1:30 p.m. The settlement conference will be held in chambers, Rm. 1756. The settlement conference will be conducted in accordance with the Court's Standing Order on Instructions for Settlement Conference, which is enclosed and which can also be accessed from the Court's webpage at http://www.ilnd.uscourts.gov/JUDGE/SCHENKIER/sispage.htm. The schedule for exchange of settlement letters required by the Standing Order is as follows: plaintiff's counsel shall serve a settlement letter on defense counsel by 07/27/10, and defendant's counsel shall serve a settlement letter on plaintiff's counsel by 08/18/10. The parties may not change these dates for exchan ge without either written agreement of the parties or court order. The plaintiff's counsel shall deliver copies of the settlement letters to chambers by noon on 08/19/10. The parties may not change this date absent court order. Parties with "full and complete settlement authority," as defined in the Standing Order, must personally attend the conference. The parties who attend the conference shall read all settlement letters prior to the commencement of the conference. Failure to comply with the Standing Order or with the schedule set in this order may result in sanctions. Signed by the Honorable Sidney I. Schenkier on 7/6/2010. (Exhibits). Mailed notice.(jj, )
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