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In re Cathode Ray Tube Antitrust Litigation

United States District Court, Ninth Circuit

October 7, 2013

In re: CATHODE RAY TUBE (CRT) ANTITRUST LITIGATION. MDL No. 1917
v.
Hitachi, Ltd., No. 11-cv-01656 This Document Relates to: ALL INDIRECT PURCHASER ACTIONS Electrograph Sys., Inc. Siegel
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Hitachi, Ltd., No. 11-cv-05502 Best Buy Co., Inc.
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Hitachi, Ltd., No. 11-cv-05513 Target Corp.
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Chunghwa Picture Tubes, Ltd., No. 11-cv-05514 Interbond Corp. of Am.
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Hitachi, Ltd., No. 11-cv-06275 Office Depot, Inc.
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Hitachi, Ltd., No. 11-cv-06276 CompuCom Sys., Inc.
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Hitachi, Ltd., No. 11-cv-06396 Costco Wholesale Corp.
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Hitachi, Ltd., No. 11-cv-06397 P.C. Richard & Son Long Island Corp.
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Hitachi, Ltd., No. 12-cv-02648 Schultze Agency Servs., LLC
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Hitachi, Ltd., No. 12-cv-02649 Tech Data Corp.
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Hitachi, Ltd, No. 13-cv-00157 Sharp Elecs. Corp.
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Hitachi, Ltd., No. 13-cv-01173 Dell Inc.
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Hitachi Ltd., No. 13-cv-02171 Sharp Elecs. Corp.
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Koninklijke Philips Elecs. N V. No. 13-cv-02776 State of California
v.
Samsung SDI Co., LTD., No. CGC-11-515784

STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER REGARDING SCHEDULING

SAMUEL CONTI, District Judge.

WHEREAS, on September 13, 2013, the Court held a status conference, following which it entered a minute order requesting that parties for the Direct Action Plaintiffs ("DAPs"), Indirect Purchaser Class Plaintiffs ("IPPs"), and Defendants submit a new stipulated scheduling order and vacating the trial dates in the DAP and IPP actions (Dkt. No. 1931);

IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED AND AGREED by and between counsel for the IPPs, DAPs, the California Attorney General, [1] and counsel for the undersigned Defendants[2] in the above-captioned actions as follows:

SCHEDULE

* All deadlines from January 23, 2015 onward do not apply to those actions that were filed outside of the N.D. Cal. and, following the Court's rulings on dispositive motions, they will be returned to the courts in which they were originally filed.

Additionally, the Parties, including the California Attorney General, will discuss settlement, including the Court's suggestion that the Parties consider whether it would be beneficial to appoint a settlement mediator, and will report back to the Court with a separate proposal on this subject after meeting and conferring on this issue.

* * *

The undersigned Parties jointly and respectfully request that the Court enter this stipulation as an order.

PURSUANT TO STIPULATION, IT IS SO ORDERED.


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