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SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
[X]Amended on 11/13/2014
TIME: 08:15:00 AM
JUDICIAL OFFICER PRESIDING: Ronald S. Prager
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
Tyler J Belong, counsel, present for Plaintiff(s).
Jeffrey L Hogue, counsel, present for Plaintiff(s).
Julie A Dunne, counsel, present for Defendant(s).
Shea Brack, counsel, present for Defendant.
Joshua D. Kienitz, counsel, present telephonically for Defendant.
Ex-parte application for Enforcement of October 8, 2014 Order and Limitation of Class Member Bag Check Deposition requested by Plaintiff(s).
The Court makes the following disclosure on the record:
I was re-elected on June 3, 2014.
Pursuant to California Code of Judicial Ethics 3E(2)(b) and 3E(2)(b)(ii), I am required to make this disclosure on the record.
A list of attorneys and parties who contributed to my re-election campaign is available upon request from the clerk of this department.
Any attorney or individual who wishes to review the list may do so before proceeding with his or her matter.
Defendant represents in the Frlekin case dealing with bag checks before quitting time or breaks, Apple represents they will not ask question in the depos. regarding the timing of the breaks – which is one of the issues in this case. Apple will allow Hogue and Belong to participate in giving notice of additional depos and will make available copies of depos if Hogue and Belong does not attend.
Status Conference set for Monday, November 17, 2014 remains at 09:30 am.
Court will require Apple to identify names of employees connected with time records. This production is made pursuant to protective order – attorneys eyes only. Further pending expiration of opt out time – plaintiff’s counsel must get express waiver from any employee whose records reveal more than 10 days consecutive sick leave or any bereavement leave, before any substantive questioning.
Time records due by Nov. 24.
Plaintiff agree to respond substantively to al outstanding discovery requests by Dec. 1.
Judge Ronald S. Prager