The opinion of the court was delivered by: Honorable Vaughn R. Walker United States District Court Judge
STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER TO EXTEND PAGE LIMITATIONS RE BRIEFING ON MOTION FOR CLASS CERTIFICATION ACTION FILED: June 5, 2008
The parties hereto, through their respective counsel of record, hereby stipulate to the entry of the following Order regarding page limits applicable under the Local Rules in connection with the parties' class certification briefing:
WHEREAS, pursuant to the Court's September 9, 2009 order*fn1 , Plaintiffs' motion in support of class certification is currently due November 9, 2009, Defendant's opposition to Plaintiffs' class certification motion is currently due January 28, 2010, and Plaintiffs' reply in support of class certification is currently due on February 26, 2010;
WHEREAS, pursuant to Local Rules 7-2(b), 7-3(a), 7-3(c), and 7-4(b) concerning page limitations, a motion and an opposition to a motion may not exceed 25 pages in length and the reply to the opposition may not exceed 15 pages of text;
WHEREAS, given the nature of the class certification briefing, the parties hereby seek an extension to the page limits;
WHEREAS Defendant does not oppose this request.
IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED, AGREED, AND ORDERED AS FOLLOWS:
1. Plaintiffs' memorandum in support of their motion for class certification shall not exceed 40 pages in length;
2. Defendant's memorandum in opposition to Plaintiffs' motion for class certification shall not exceed 40 pages in length; and
3. Plaintiffs' reply memorandum in support of motion for class certification shall not exceed 25 pages in length.
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TIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER TO EXTEND PAGE LIMITATIONS RE BRIEFING ON MOTION FOR CLASS CERTIFICATION. In compliance with General Order 45, X.B., I hereby attest that Timothy L. Mara has concurred in this filing.
IT PURSUANT TO STIPULATION, IT IS ...