June 11, 2013
DORA BAIRES, et al., Plaintiffs,
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; et al., Defendants.
Steven M. Kohn (SBN 61758), REED SMITH LLP, San Francisco, CA, Attorneys for Plaintiffs Dora Baires, individually, and on behalf of the estate of Juan Carlos Baires; and Teofilo Miranda.
MELINDA HAAG (SBN 132612), United States Attorney, ABRAHAM A. SIMMONS (SBN 14600), Assistant United States Attorney, San Francisco, California, Attorneys for Federtal Defendant UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
THERESA A. GOLDNER, COUNTY COUNSEL COUNTY OF KERN, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Marshall Scott Fontes Deputy (SBN 139567), Administrative Center, Bakersfield, California, Attorneys for Defendants COUNTY OF KERN, et al.
Jayne E. Fleming (SBN 209026), Benjamin D. Spohn (SBN266746), Daniel B. Ruby (SBN 281196), REED SMITH LLP, San Francisco, CA, Additional Counsel for Plaintiffs.
Alex Tse (SBN 152348), Chief, Civil Division, San Francisco, California, Additional Counsel for Federal Defendants.
Robert K. Lawrence SBN 83600, Elizabeth K. Ryan SBN 117369, Robyn D. Roberts SBN 136208, BJORK LAWRENCE, Walnut Creek, California, Additional Counsel for Defendants County of Kern, et al.
STIPULATION AND ORDER
CHARLES R. BREYER, District Judge.
Counsel for Plaintiffs, Defendant United States and Defendant Brian Myrick have met and conferred regarding the need for a revised briefing schedule for a motion for summary judgment that was filed by Defendant United States on Friday May 24, 2013, seeking dismissal of Plaintiffs' claims under the FTCA. Because the motion was filed nearly 30 days beyond the date initially agreed by the parties, the parties have stipulated as follows:
1. Plaintiffs will file their opposition to the motion for summary judgment no later than June 17, 2013, and plaintiffs shall have up to 40 pages in their opposition. The United States will have up to 20 pages for its reply.
2. The due date for the reply brief of the United States will be after the settlement conference with Magistrate Judge La Porte which is now scheduled for June 20, 2013.
3. Defendant Myrick may file his motion for summary judgment, if any, in accordance with the previously-established deadlines set by the court or earlier, if he chooses to do so.
IT IS SO ORDERED.