May 06, 2015 Minute Order re Hearing on Labor Code section 226 Discovery

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SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
CΕΝΤRΑL

 

MINUTE ORDER

 

DΑΤΕ: 05/06/2015
TIME: 08:15:00 AM
DEPT: C-71
JUDICIAL OFFICER PRESIDING: Gregory W Pollack
CLERK: Terry Ray
REPORTER/ERM: Paula Rahn CSR# 1 1510
BAILIFF/COURT ATTENDANT. L. Wilks

CASE NO: 37–2011-00102593-CU-OE-CTL
CASE INIT.DATE: 12/16/2011
CASE TITLE: Felczer vs. Apple Inc [IMAGED]
CASE CATEGORY: Civil – Unlimited
CASE TYPE. Other employment


ΕVΕΝΤ ΤΥΡΕ:
Εx Ρarte


APPEARANCES
Tyler J Belong, counsel, present for Plaintiff(s).
Jeffrey L Hogue, counsel, present for Plaintiff(s).
Michael G Leggieri, counsel, present for Defendant(s).
Julie A Dunne, counsel, present for Defendant(s).


Ex-parte application for 1. Void HOGUE & BELONG’S Improper Demand Under Labor Code Section 226 (b) for Each Class Member’s Wage Statements; and 2. Adopt Apple’s Proposed Order As the Order For the March 26, 2015 Hearing requested by Defendant Apple, Inc..

Hearing on Labor Code §226 discovery request is scheduled for 9/18/15 at 10:00 am. Any obligation to produce responsive documents to the Labor Code $226 request is stayed pending hearing on motion (9/18/15). Court strikes, “Since Apple claims it cannot produce all of the data,” from pg. 2, lines 20-21 of order singed by Judge Prager on April 2, 2015, but balance of sentence remaining and now reads, Apple may not later challenge the trial plan on the basis that the sampling is not representative of the class.”

The Motion Hearing (Civil) is scheduled for 09/18/2015 at 10:00AM before Judge Ronald S. Prager.

Signed by:
Judge Gregory W. Pollack