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Uribe v. McGuinness

January 6, 2010

CESAR URIBE, PLAINTIFF,
v.
P.A. MCGUINNESS, ET AL., DEFENDANTS.



SCHEDULING ORDER

Pending before this Court is Defendant Bhatt, M.D.'s Notice of Motion and Motion for Revised Scheduling Order (Dkt. # 87) and Plaintiff's Statement of No Opposition (Dkt. # 90). After consideration,

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED granting the Motion (Dkt. # 87).

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Plaintiff is directed to effect service of the Amended Complaint on Defendant Benjamin Edger, Jr. within 21 days of the date of this Order. Plaintiff is also directed to provide a copy of this Order to Defendant Edger.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the parties shall comply with the following deadlines and discovery orders:

1. Last day by which discovery requests may be submitted (discovery request cutoff date): April 6, 2010.

1.1. No discovery requests may be submitted after this date except by stipulation of the parties or by Court order for good cause shown.

1.2. Responses to discovery must be filed within the time provided by the rules unless the parties stipulate otherwise.

2. If defendant(s) desire to take plaintiff's deposition they may do so by no later than: May 6, 2010.

2.1. Leave of Court for the taking of such deposition is granted pursuant to Rule 30(a)(2), Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The deposition may be taken by telephone at the option of defendant(s).

3. Dispositive motion deadline is: June 4, 2010.

4. Proposed joint pretrial order lodged with the Court by: July 6, 2010 or 30 days after the Court's ruling on dispositive motions, if any.

4.1. Defendant(s) is/are responsible for initiating the drafting and submission of the proposed pretrial order in the form prescribed by the assigned trial judge.

5. Limits on discovery.

5.1. Interrogatories: No more than 25 (including subparts) by each party ...


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