Response to the Court’s Minute Order of February 27, 2019

March 6, 2019

The parties to the above-referenced related actions respectfully submit this response to this Court’s minute order of February 27, 2019, which directed the parties to “submit a proposed schedule for consolidated dispositive briefing or show good cause why such briefing should not be consolidated.” The parties have conferred and take different positions as to how briefing should proceed in this action.

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