On February 17, 2009, a petition for rehearing was filed in the Supreme Court CLRA case, Meyer v. Sprint Spectrum, no. S153846. The opinion is available here: Meyer v. Sprint Spectrum L.P., ___ Cal.4th ___, 2009 WL 197560 (Jan. 29, 2009). See these blog posts for more.
Under Rules of Court 8.268 and 8.536, the Supreme Court would need to either grant or deny rehearing, or extend its time to do so, within thirty days after the opinion was filed on January 29. Thirty days from January 29 is Saturday, February 28. As a practical matter, that means the Court can be expected to take action on or before its conference scheduled for the preceding Wednesday, February 25 -- i.e., in two days. If the Court takes no action before the thirty-day deadline, the petition is deemed denied.
UPDATE: Today (Feb. 23), the Court issued an order giving itself an extension of time, through Wednesday, April 29, 2009, to grant or deny rehearing.