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Reassignment of Judge Saltzman's Bankruptcy Cases and Adversary Proceedings to Judge Yun Effective July 21, 2014 Riverside Division Courtroom Changes

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Reassignment of Judge Saltzman’s Cases to Judge Yun
Effective July 21, 2014, all pending bankruptcy cases and related adversary proceedings in the Riverside Division assigned to Judge Deborah J. Saltzman are reassigned to Judge Scott H. Yun, with exceptions noted below.  The initials following the bankruptcy case and adversary proceeding numbers of the reassigned bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings shall be changed from “DS” to “SY.”

Exceptions to Reassignment of Cases/Adversary Proceedings to Judge Yun
Bankruptcy case Joseph V. and Kelly J. Gilmartin (6:10-bk-38780-DS), and adversary proceeding Oak Street Funding LLC v. Joseph V. Gilmartin (6:11-ap-01906-DS) will be retained by Judge Saltzman.  On July 21, 2014, the bankruptcy case and adversary proceeding will be transferred to the Los Angeles Division and receive new bankruptcy case and adversary proceeding numbers that must be used in subsequent filings.

Judge Yun’s Hearings
To schedule matters on Judge Yun’s calendar, please refer to Judge Yun’s self-calendaring instructions on the Court’s website at or call (951) 774-1075.  Hearings for Judge Yun should be noticed for 3420 Twelfth Street, courtroom 302, Riverside, CA 92501.

Service of Judge’s Copies for Judge Yun
Judge’s copies of documents filed in Judge Yun’s cases shall be delivered to Judge Yun’s chambers at 3420 Twelfth Street, Suite 345, Riverside, CA 92501.  See Appendix F of the Court Manual for judge’s copy requirements and exceptions.

Judge Johnson Moved to Courtroom 304
Judge Wayne Johnson relocated his Riverside Division courtroom to courtroom 304.  All matters previously set on Judge Johnson’s calendar in courtroom 302 are heard by Judge Johnson in courtroom 304.


July 7, 2014