The opinion of the court was delivered by: Honorable Barry Ted Moskowitz United States District Judge
ORDER CONTINUING PRETRIAL CONFERENCE AND RELATED DATES
In light of the pending motions for summary judgment that are scheduled for hearing on August 13, 2010, the Court modifies the pretrial conference and related dates as follows:
* Counsel shall comply with the pretrial disclosure requirements by November 24, 2010.
* The deadline to meet and take the action required by Local Rule 16,1(f)(4) is December 1, 2010.
* The proposed final pretrial conference order shall be lodged by December 8, 2010.
* The final pretrial conference currently set for August 24, 2010 is VACATED and RESET for December 15, 2010 at 3:30 p.m.
All non-conflicting provisions in the court's prior scheduling orders remain in full force and effect.
With respect to the form of the pretrial order, the following requirements replace the requirements under CivLR 16.1(f)(6)(c). No Memoranda of Law or Contentions of Fact are to be filed except in a bench trial.
The parties shall meet and confer and prepare a proposed pretrial order containing the following:
1. A statement to be read to the jury, not in excess of one page, of the nature of the case and the claims and defenses.
2. A list of the causes of action to be tried, referenced to the Complaint [and Counterclaim if applicable]. For each cause of action, the order shall succinctly list the elements of the claim, damages and any defenses. A cause of action in the Complaint [and/or Counterclaim] which is not listed shall be dismissed with prejudice.
3(a). A list of each witness counsel actually expect to call at trial with a brief statement, not exceeding four sentences, of the substance of the witnesses' testimony.
3(b). A list of each expert witness counsel actually expect to call at trial with a brief statement, not exceeding four sentences, of the substance of the expert witnesses' testimony.
3(c). A list of additional witnesses, including experts, counsel do not expect to call at this time but reserve the right to call at trial along with a brief statement, not exceeding four ...