Case Number: BC502267 Hearing Date: June 25, 2019 Dept: 50
Superior Court of California
County of Los Angeles
|BELL HOSPITAL CORPORATION, et al.
NEW AID MEDICAL SUPPLY, INC., et al.
|Case No.:||BC 502267|
|Hearing Date:||June 25, 2019|
|Hearing Time:||8:30 a.m.|
|[TENTATIVE] ORDER RE:
DEMURRER OF NEW AID MEDICAL SUPPLY, INC., EARL COLLINS AND RITA COLLINS TO AMERICAN CARDIOCARE MEDICAL CENTER, INC.’S FOURTH AMENDED COMPLAINT
No meet and confer declaration was filed with the demurrer as required by Code of Civil Procedure section 430.41, subdivision (a)(3).
The Court orders the demurring defendants to meet and confer with plaintiff within 10 days of the date of this order and to file and serve a meet and confer declaration that sets forth all of the information required by Code of Civil Procedure section 430.10, subdivision (a) at least 5 court days prior to the date of the continued hearing.
The Court also notes that the parties failed to timely provide courtesy copies of the moving and opposition papers. Both parties filed documents that total more than 100 pages. Pursuant to the November 5, 2018 General Order re Mandatory Electronic Filing for Civil and the May 3, 2019 First Amended General Order (jointly, the “General Order”), litigants are required to provide printed courtesy copies of all filings, including pleadings and motions including attachments such as declarations and exhibits) 26 pages or more and pleadings and motions that include points and authorities.
If the meet and confer efforts do not resolve the issues raised in the demurrer, the Court therefore orders the parties, to the extent they have not previously done so, to lodge courtesy copies of their moving and opposition papers at least 5 court days prior to the date of the continued hearing.
The Court continues the hearing on the demurrer to ___________, 2019, at 8:30 a.m., in Dept. 50.
The demurring parties are ordered to give notice of this ruling.
DATED: June 25, 2019 ________________________________
Hon. Teresa A. Beaudet
Judge, Los Angeles Superior Court