The opinion of the court was delivered by: Judge: Honorable Edward M. Chen
BARRY E. HINKLE, Bar No. 071223 CONCEPCION E. LOZANO-BATISTA, Bar No. 227227 KRISTINA M. ZINNEN, Bar No. 245346 WEINBERG, ROGER & ROSENFELD A Professional Corporation 1001 Marina Village Parkway, Suite 200 Alameda, California 94501-1091 Telephone (510) 337-1001 Fax (510) 337-1023 Attorneys for Plaintiffs G. DANIEL NEWLAND, Bar No. 087965 ARI HERSHER, Bar No. 260321 SEYFARTH SHAW LLP 560 Mission Street, Suite 3100 San Francisco, California 94105 Telephone (415) 397-2823 Fax (415) 397-8549 Attorneys for Defendant
STIPULATED REQUEST TO CONTINUE CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE; [PROPOSED ORDER
the initial Case Management Conference scheduled for February 23, 2011 be continued for 90 3 days. Plaintiffs and Defendant are in the process of attempting to resolve this matter. Plaintiffs 4 filed the original Complaint and Petition to Confirm in this action on July 9, 2008. On or around
Pursuant to Civil Local Rules 7-12 and 16-2, Plaintiffs and Defendant hereby request that
November 2008, Defendant agreed to allow Plaintiffs' auditors to audit their records to determine 6 whether any amounts were due and owing as a result of the audit. Plaintiffs thereafter conducted 7 an audit of Defendant's records and found a number of delinquencies owed by Defendant. On or 8 around February 2009, Plaintiffs submitted their audit findings to Defendant to allow Defendant 9 the opportunity to review those results and challenge any delinquencies it believed were in error.
Petition to Confirm Arbitration Award, Breach of Contract, Damages, and Breach of Fiduciary
Defendant. On or around June 3, 2009, Plaintiffs were notified that Defendant had retained legal 14 counsel on or around May 21, 2009. On June 4, at the request of the parties, the Court granted
Complaint to July 31, 2009. The parties thereafter stipulated to two additional extensions of time 17 for Defendant to answer or otherwise respond to Plaintiffs' First Amended Complaint to August
As a result of the documentation that Defendant submitted to Plaintiffs, Plaintiffs have made adjustments to the audit worksheets. The parties then engaged in informal discovery, 21 including the exchange of payroll records and related documents. Defendant then provided
Plaintiffs with an analysis of Plaintiffs' Trust Fund audit, as well as an analysis of the wage issues 23 brought by the Unions. Plaintiffs and Defendant are currently engaged in a review of the revised 24 audit worksheets and Defendant's analyses, and are attempting to resolve the matter without 25 further litigation.
The parties have exchanged settlement figures on multiple occasions and believe that there is a bridgeable gap between their respective settlement ...