United States District Court, N.D. California
CASE MANAGEMENT SCHEDULING ORDER FOR REASSIGNED CIVIL
CLAUDIA WILKEN United States District Judge
action having been reassigned to the undersigned judge, IT IS
HEREBY ORDERED that a Case Management Conference will be held
on October 11, 2016, at 2:30 P.M. in Courtroom 2, 4th Floor,
1301 Clay Street, Oakland, CA 94612. Pursuant to Civil L.R.
16-9(a), a joint Case Management Statement will be due seven
(7) days prior to the conference (see attached Standing Order
for All Judges of the Northern District of California).
Defendant is directed to serve a copy of this Order at once
on all parties to this action in accordance with the
provisions of Rule 5 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Following service, the party causing the service shall file a
certificate of service with the Clerk of Court.
NOTES AND STANDING ORDER
Law and Motion calendar is conducted on Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m.
Case Management Conferences and Pretrial Conferences are
conducted on Tuesdays at 2:30 p.m. Civil Motion calendar is
conducted on Tuesdays at 2:30 p.m. Order of call is
determined by the Court. Parties need not reserve a hearing
date for civil motions; however, parties must check the legal
newspapers or the Court’s website at
www.cand.uscourts.gov for unavailable dates.
disputes will be referred to a Magistrate Judge. After the
parties have met and conferred, the parties shall prepare a
joint letter of not more than 8 pages explaining the dispute.
Up to 12 pages of attachments may be added. The joint letter
must be electronically filed under the Civil Events category
of "Motions and Related Filings >Motions-- General
> Discovery Letter Brief." The Magistrate Judge to
whom the matter is assigned will advise the parties of how
that Judge intends to proceed. The Magistrate Judge may issue
a ruling, order more formal briefing, or set a telephone
conference or a hearing. After a Magistrate Judge has been
assigned, all further discovery matters shall be filed
pursuant to that Judge's procedures.
for Summary Judgment: Absent permission from the Court, all
case-dispositive motions in a case will be briefed and heard
together, on the case-dispositive motion hearing cut-off
date, or on an earlier available date agreed to by the
parties. Multiple parties should file joint briefs if
possible. If Plaintiffs wish to file a motion for summary
judgment, they shall do so 6 weeks before the cut-off date.
If Defendants wish to file a cross-motion as well as an
opposition to the motion, any cross-motion shall be contained
within the opposition to the motion, which may contain up to
25 pages in total, and shall be filed 14 days after the
filing of the motion. The reply to the motion shall include
the opposition to any cross-motion, may contain up to 15
pages in total, and shall be filed 7 days after the filing of
the opposition. A reply to any cross-motion may contain up to
15 pages, and shall be filed 7 days after the filing of the
opposition. If Plaintiffs do not file a motion for summary
judgment, Defendants may file one 5 weeks before the
case-dispositive motion hearing cut-off date and the schedule
in Local Rule 7-3 shall apply. Courtesy copies of multi-page
exhibits for chambers should be clearly marked with tabbed
ORDER FOR ALL JUDGES OF THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
CONTENTS OF JOINT CASE MANAGEMENT STATEMENT
judges of the Northern District of California require
identical information in Joint Case Management Statements
filed pursuant to Civil Local Rule 16-9. The parties must
include the following information in their statement which,
except in unusually complex cases, should not exceed ten
Jurisdiction and Service: The basis for the court’s
subject matter jurisdiction over plaintiff's claims and
defendant’s counterclaims, whether any issues exist
regarding personal jurisdiction or venue, whether any parties
remain to be served, and, if any parties remain to be served,
a proposed deadline for service.
Facts: A brief chronology of the facts and a statement of the
principal factual issues in dispute.
Legal Issues: A brief statement, without extended legal
argument, of the disputed points of law, including ...