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Ivana Kirola, et al v. the City and County of San Francisco ("The City")

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA OAKLAND DIVISION


July 25, 2011

IVANA KIROLA, ET AL.,
PLAINTIFFS,
v.
THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO ("THE CITY"), ET AL.;
DEFENDANTS.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Saundra Brown Armstrong United States District Judge

Guy B. Wallace, State Bar No. 176151 Mark T. Johnson, State Bar No. 76904 2 Andrew P. Lee, State Bar No. 245903 3 Kiran Prasad, State Bar. No. 255348 SCHNEIDER WALLACE 4 COTTRELL BRAYTON KONECKY LLP 180 Montgomery Street, Suite 2000 5 San Francisco, CA 94104 Telephone: (415) 421-7100 6 Facsimile: (415) 421-7105 7 Email: gwallace@schneiderwallace.com mjohnson@schneiderwallace.com 8 alee@schneiderwallace.com kprasad@schneiderwallace.com 9 James C. Sturdevant, State Bar No. 94551 10 THE STURDEVANT LAW FIRM A Professional Corporation 11 354 Pine Street, Fourth Floor 12 San Francisco, CA 94104 Telephone: (415) 477-2410 13 Facsimile: (415) 477-2420 Email: jsturdevant@sturdevantlaw.com Attorneys for Plaintiffs

CLASS ACTION STIPULATION REQUESTING EXTENSION OF TIME FOR SUPPLEMENTAL SUBMITTING BRIEFING AND PROPOSED CONCLUSIONS OF LAW REGARDING INJUNCTIVE RELIEF; ORDER STIPULATION REQUESTING EXTENSION OF TIME FOR SUPPLEMENTAL requiring that Plaintiffs submit supplemental post-trial briefing and supplemental conclusions of 4 law regarding their requested injunctive relief by July 27, 2011, and requiring Defendants to 5 submit any responsive supplemental brief and supplemental conclusions of law by August 3, 2011;

vacation and will not be returning until August 6, 2011, making him unavailable to participate in 8 the supplemental briefing under the current briefing schedule. Accordingly, Plaintiffs proposed to

STIPULATION

WHEREAS, by its Order of July 21, 2011 (Dkt. No. 626), this Court set a briefing schedule

WHEREAS, Guy B. Wallace, lead counsel for Plaintiffs, is currently out of the country on Defendants' counsel an extension of two weeks, until August 10, 2011, for Plaintiffs to file their 10 supplemental post-trial brief and supplemental conclusions of law; 11 12 long as Defendants receive a reciprocal bilateral extension. Lead counsel for Defendants, Jim 13 Emery, will be unavailable on a prescheduled vacation from August 6 to August 22, and counsel 14 for Defendants Danny Chou will be on vacation from August 13 to 28. Accordingly, Defendants 15 request, and Plaintiffs do not oppose, a bilateral extension of two weeks, permitting Defendants to 16 submit their response on or before August 31, 2011. 17 18 supplemental briefing schedule be modified as follows: 19

20 supplemental conclusions of law of no more than ten (10) pages by no later than August 10, 2011; 21 22 and any responsive supplemental conclusions of law of no more than ten (10) pages by no later 23 than August 31, 2011; 24

WHEREAS, Defendants are not opposed to Plaintiffs' proposed extension of two weeks, so

THEREFORE, it is hereby stipulated, subject to the approval of the Court, that the post-trial

1. Plaintiffs' shall file their supplemental brief of no more than ten (10) pages and

2. Defendants' shall file any responsive supplemental brief of no more than ten (10) pages

IT IS SO STIPULATED.

ORDER

Given that each party is represented by multiple counsel, the Court finds that no good cause 13 exists to grant the parties' request for an extension of time as detailed in their stipulation. IT IS 14 HEREBY ORDERED that the deadlines for the parties to submit their supplemental post-trial 15 briefing are modified as follows:

1. Plaintiffs shall file their supplemental brief of no more than ten (10) pages and supplemental conclusions of law of no more than ten (10) pages by no later than August 3, 2011;

2. Defendants shall file any responsive supplemental brief of no more than ten (10) pages and any responsive supplemental conclusions of law of no more than ten (10) pages by no later than August 10, 2011;

All other terms of the Court's Order of July 21, 2011 (Dkt. No. 626) are unchanged.

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