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Johnson v. United States Air Force

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA


February 25, 2010

JANETRA A. JOHNSON, PLAINTIFF,
v.
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE; SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE; CALIFORNIA AIR NATIONAL GUARD; EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION (EEOC); MAJ. GEN. WILLIAM H. WADE; COL. JOHNATHAN FLAUGHER; COL. DAVID BANDINI; COL. MARK GROVES; LT. COL. JOHN COTTER; MAJ. RAYMOND GREER; MAJ. JAHROMI SHAHZAD; LT. MICHAEL YAMAMOTO; CMS. MICHAEL L. HUNT; CMS. JOHNNY LEAL; SMS MICHELLE FIELDS; MSG. JAMES PATTON MSG. SHIRLEY STINE; CROSS-DEFENDANTS.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Dennis L. Beck United States Magistrate Judge

AMENDED STIPULATION TO EXTEND TIME TO RESPOND TO THIRD AMENDED COMPLAINT; ORDER

Plaintiff Janetra A. Johnson ("Plaintiff"), and Defendants United States Air Force; Secretary of The Air Force; California Air National Guard; Maj. Gen. William H. Wade; Col. Johnathan Flaugher; Col. David Bandini; Col. Mark Groves; Lt. Col. John Cotter; Maj. Raymond Greer; Maj. Jahromi Shahzad; Lt. Michael Yamamoto; Cms. Michael L. Hunt; Cms. Johnny Leal; Sms. Michelle Fields; Msg. James Patton; and Msg. Shirley Stine, collectively the Federal Defendants, ("Federal Defendants"*fn1 ) stipulate, by and through the undersigned, to extend the deadline for the Federal Defendants to respond to the Third Amended Complaint to and including March 12, 2010.

The parties base this stipulation on good cause, which includes the need for the Federal Defendants to review the allegations in the Third Amended Complaint and work with counsel for the United States Air Force who was unable to report to work at her office in Virginia for approximately two weeks in February 2010 as a result of the snow storms on the East Coast and respond accordingly. The parties agree that this short extension of time for the Federal Defendants to respond will not cause any prejudice to the parties as this action. Accordingly, the parties stipulate and agree to continue the time for the Federal Defendants to file a responsive pleading to the Third Amended Complaint as specified below, and base it on the above-stated good cause. The parties request the court to endorse this stipulation by way of formal order.

Old Date New Date

Federal Defendants' response February 28, 2010 March 12, 2010 to Third Amended Complaint

(As authorized 2/24/10)

IT IS SO ORDERED.


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