AND NOW, this 3rd day of June, 1998, it is hereby ORDERED and DECREED that all SEPTA counsel are excused from attending all Court ordered events for the duration of the strike and four (4) days after it ends;
Any Order issued against SEPTA shall be stayed for the duration of the strike and twenty (20) days thereafter;
No default judgments for failure to answer a Complaint or comply with a discovery Order will be issued for the duration of the strike and twenty (20) days thereafter;
Following resolution of the strike, case managers will be assigned to review every Case Management Order involving SEPTA as a party and they shall advance event dates as appropriate and reissue the Case Management Order without the necessity of counsel appearing; and
Following resolution of the strike, the Program Team Leaders will reschedule all settlement conferences, pretrials and trials which were continued by reason of the strike.
|DATE:||JOHN W. HERRON|
This Administrative Docket is promulgated in accordance with the April 11, 1986 Order of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, No. 55, Judicial Administration, Docket No. 1, Phila. Civ. 51 and Pa. R.C.P. 239, and shall become effective immediately. As required by Pa. R.C.P. 239, the original Administrative Docket shall be filed with the Prothonotary in a docket maintained for Administrative Dockets issued by the Administrative Judge of the Trial Division and copies shall be submitted to the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts, the Legislative Reference Bureau and the Civil Procedural Rules Committee. Copies of the Administrative Docket shall also be submitted to Legal Communications, Ltd., The Legal Intelligencer, Jenkins Memorial Law Library and the Law Library for the First Judicial District.