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Pickering v. Enenmoh

United States District Court, E.D. California

April 22, 2015

WAYNE L. PICKERING, Plaintiff,
v.
ENENMOH, Defendant.

DISCOVERY AND SCHEDULING ORDER

DENNIS L. BECK, Magistrate Judge.

To expedite the fair disposition of this action and to discourage wasteful pretrial activities, the Court directs that the attorneys or parties, if appearing pro se, comply with the following procedures:

I. INITIAL DISCLOSURES

Notwithstanding Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(a)(1)(B), the parties are HEREBY ORDERED to provide Initial Disclosures as follows:

No later than June 8, 2015.

A. Plaintiff's Disclosures:

Plaintiff shall provide Defendant with the name and, if known, the location or other identifying information (such as inmate number, job classification or assignment) of each individual likely to have information about the events described in his complaint or his claims of injury or damage. In addition, Plaintiff shall describe, generally, the information each individual so identified is believed to possess.

Plaintiff shall also provide copies of, or a list describing (by category and location), all documents or other tangible things in his possession, custody or control[1] which he may use to support the allegation(s) in his complaint, or his claims or injury of damage.

B. Defendant(s) Initial Disclosures:

Defendant(s) shall provide Plaintiff with the name and, if known, the location or other identifying information (such as inmate number, job classification or institutional assignment) of each individual likely to have information about Defendant(s)' claims or defenses, or who will be used to support Defendant(s)' version of the events described in the complaint. In addition, Defendant(s) shall describe, generally, the information each individual so identified is believed to possess.

Defendant(s) shall provide to Plaintiff copies of all documents and other materials in the care, custody, or control of any Defendant(s) or the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation ("CDCR") related to the claims and defenses in the case.

Such documents and materials shall include, but are not limited to, (a) documents and materials upon which Defendant(s) rely in support of their defense of the action, (b) grievances and appeals thereof, determinations of grievances and appeals, and (c) reports of completed investigations by CDCR or others. If Defendants intend on filing a motion relating to Plaintiff's failure to exhaust, initial disclosures must include related grievances and appeals, and all responses. Simultaneous with disclosure to Plaintiff, Defense counsel shall file with the Court either a copy of any cover letter (without attachments) or a statement that the disclosures required herein have been completed.

Defendant(s) do not need to provide copies of documents that are available to Plaintiff upon request, such as documents in Plaintiff's Central File or Medical File. For such documents, Defendant(s) need only describe them in the disclosure with particularity, and note that Plaintiff may obtain the document upon request from the prisoner/CDCR. In lieu of a description, Defendant(s) may provide copies.

Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(e), the parties must supplement or correct the disclosures in a timely manner, and failure to do so may result in the inability to present such evidence in ...


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