Vester, et al v. Werner Enterprises, Inc., et al
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|October 2, 2017
ORDER that all case progression deadlines are stayed pending the outcome of mediation; Once the parties schedule mediation, they shall notify the undersigned magistrate judge of the scheduled mediation date; and The parties shall advise the court of the outcome of mediation within three (3) days after it takes place. Ordered by Magistrate Judge Michael D. Nelson. (LAC)
|May 2, 2017
ORDER - The motion to substitute counsel 41 is granted. Ian Maher, John K. Lilly, and Scott M. Lidman, attorneys with Littler, Mendelson, P.C. are granted leave to withdraw as counsel of record for Werner. The clerk of court shall remove their names from CM/ECF. Joseph E. Jones, Elizabeth A. Culhane and Brandon J. Crainer of Fraser Stryker, PC LLO, shall enter their appearance as counsel of record for Werner. Ordered by Senior Judge Lyle E. Strom. (KLF)
|April 24, 2017
MINUTES OF DEFENDANTS WERNER ENTERPRISES, INC. AND DRIVERS MANAGEMENT, LLCS MOTION TO TRANSFER VENUE 14 ; PLAINTIFFS MOTION TO REMAND 23 ; SCHEDULING CONFERENCE held before Judge George H. Wu. Court hears oral argument. The Tentative circulated an d attached hereto, is adopted as the Courts FinalRuling. The Court GRANTS the motion to transfer venue to the Nebraska federal district court 14 under the first-to-file rule. In light of this decision, Plaintiffs motion to remand 23 filed to this Court is MOOT. Court Reporter: Katie Thibodeaux. (shb) [Transferred from California Central on 4/26/2017.]
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