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SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
TIME: 08:15:00 AM
JUDICIAL OFFICER PRESIDING: Gregory W. Pollack
CLERK: Terry Ray
REPORTER/ERM: Dana Saruk CSR# 10653
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
Jeffrey L Hogue, counsel, present for Plaintiff(s).
Tyler J Belong, counsel, present for Plaintiff(s).
TODD KBOYER, counsel, present for Defendant(s).
Julie A Dunne, counsel, present for Defendant(s).
Ex-parte application for Re: Production of Schedules; Letters to Class Members Who Submitted Late/Deficient Opt-Outs; and De-Designation of Termination Class List requested by Plaintiffs (For the Class).
Ex-parte application for To Request (1) Approval of Class Notice For Lte or Deficient Opt-Outs and (2) An Extension of Time to Produce Discovery RE 5% Sample of Final Pay Class Members requested by
1. Letter to tardy or deficient opt-out members, See below:
NOTICE OF CLASS MEMBER STATUS
PLEASE READ THIS NOTICE CAREFULLY
You are receiving this Notice because you are a class member in a class action lawsuit pending in the Superior Court of California for the County of San Diego, entitled Felczer, et al. v. Apple linc., Case No. 37–2011-00102593-CU-OE-CTL.
The Court ordered this Notice be sent because your request for exclusion from the class was deemed [deficient or untimely, as appropriate]. [The deadline to request exclusion was March 2, 2015, and your request for exclusion was postmarked on [fill in date]..] OR [Your request for exclusion was deemed deficient because [fill in reason].
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact counsel.
2. Apple discovery re pay checks! pay stubs due: Aug. 25, 2015
3. Cross-motions for summary judgment: February 19, 2015
4. Apple’s motion for decertification, previously scheduled for Jan. 29, is off calendar without prejudice to Apple is re-filing sometime in future.
5. Parties to meet-and-conferre production of schedules.
6. Parties to meet-and-confer re carve-out modification to protective order, i.e., production of employee numbers and corresponding state residences.
7. Parties to meet-and-conferre plaintiff’s law firm’s anti-hacking protection.
Judge Gregory W. Pollack