IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
June 30, 2009
STANLI MAE THROCKMORTON TERBUSH; JAMES W. TERBUSH, HEIRS AT LAW AND SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST; PETER JAMES TERBUSH, DECEDENT, PLAINTIFF(S),
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, DEFENDANT.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Sandra M. Snyder United States Magistrate Judge
STIPULATION TO NOT FILE CASE RELATED DOCUMENTS WITH THE EXPERT WITNESS DISCLOSURES; ORDER
ALL PARTIES, BY AND THROUGH THEIR ATTORNEYS OF RECORD, HEREBY STIPULATE AND AGREE AS FOLLOWS:
There are extensive case related documents in this matter consisting of documents generated in the normal course of business such as historical maps, records, articles, notes, memorandums, photographs, emails, letters, etc.. Extensive documents have also been generated during this litigation including prior expert reports, depositions, declarations and discovery responses. The parties have already exchanged and produced these documents and also provided them to their experts for consideration of matters at issue in this case.
The parties hereby STIPULATE that these case related documents do not have to be filed by the parties with the Expert Witness Reports. The reports will, however, identify any case related materials that the experts relied on and the parties agree to reproduce any documents at the request of the other party. The parties acknowledge that this stipulation regarding the production of case related materials does not otherwise impact their obligations under Federal Rules of Civil Procedures 26(a)(2)(B).
IT IS SO STIPULATED.
The Court hereby acknowledges that the case related documents, which includes documents generated in the normal course of business such as historical maps, records, articles, notes, memorandums, photographs, emails, letters, etc.; as well as documents generated during this litigation including prior expert reports, depositions, declarations and discovery, are extensive and have already been exchanged by the parties. As such, pursuant to the parties' stipulation and good cause appearing, the Court hereby orders that case related documents do not have to be filed with the Expert Witness Reports. Those reports shall, however, identify any case related materials relied upon by the experts and the parties shall reproduce any documents at the request of the other party. This Order does not otherwise impact Rule 26(a)(2)(B) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures and the parties are reminded to expressly comply with all requirements set forth therein.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
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