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Fazio v. Penney

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY


November 19, 2008

ELIZABETH FAZIO PLAINTIFF(S)
v.
JC PENNEY, ET AL DEFENDANT(S)

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Garrett E. Brown, Jr., Chief Judge United States District Court

ORDER APPOINTING ARBITRATOR AND SETTING DATE FOR ARBITRATION HEARING

AND NOW, this 19th day of November, 2008 it is hereby

ORDERED pursuant to Local Civil Rule 201.1(e) and Appendix M therein, that the above civil action is herewith referred to arbitration and assigned to the following Arbitrator:

DANIEL P. MCNERNEY, ESQUIRE McNerney & McAuliff 20 Court Street Hackensack, New Jersey 07601 - (201) 525-1980

has been selected at random by the arbitration clerk from among those certified as arbitrators, and shall hear this case at:

2:00 P.M. on DECEMBER 12, 2008 - 20 COURT STREET HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY

The Arbitrator is authorized to change the time and date for the arbitration hearing provided the hearing is commenced within 30 days of the hearing date set forth in this order. Continuances beyond this 30 day period must be approved by the Court and the Clerk of the Court should be notified of any change; and it is

FURTHER ORDERED, counsel for plaintiff shall, within 10 days upon receipt of this order, SEND to the Arbitrator copies of any complaint, amended complaint and answers to counterclaim; counsel for each defendant shall, within 10 days upon receipt of this order, SEND to the Arbitrator any answer, amended answer, counterclaim, cross-claim and answer hereto, any third-party complaint and answer; and it is

FURTHER ORDERED, that all documentary evidence shall be marked in advance and exchanged, except for impeaching documents, pursuant to Local Civil Rule 201.1(f)(5); and it is

FURTHER ORDERED, that the above Arbitrator shall file with the Clerk of the Court within 30 days after the hearing has been concluded, the Arbitration Award which shall include a written statement and summary setting forth the basis of the Award, which shall pertain to all parties to the arbitration.

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