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Tapias v. Mallet and Company, Inc.

United States District Court, N.D. California, Oakland Division

July 8, 2016

LUCIA TAPIAS, Plaintiff,
v.
MALLET AND COMPANY, INC., Defendant.

          ORDER FOR PRETRIAL PREPARATION

          SAUNDRA BROWN ARMSTRONG JUDGE

         Pursuant to Rule 16(e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure ("FRCP"), IT IS HEREBY ORDERED AS FOLLOWS:

         A. DEADLINE FOR JOINDER OF PARTIES/AMENDING THE PLEADINGS

         The deadline for the joinder of other parties and to amend the pleadings is July 7, 2016.

         B. DISCOVERY CUT-OFF

         All discovery, except for expert discovery, shall be completed and all depositions taken on or before May 1, 2017. The parties are responsible for scheduling discovery so that motions to resolve discovery disputes can be heard before the above discovery cut-off.

         C. EXPERT DESIGNATION AND DISCOVERY

         Plaintiff shall designate any experts by May 1, 2017; defendant by May 1, 2017; rebuttal disclosure by May 15, 2017. Any expert not so named may be disallowed as a witness. No expert will be permitted to testify to any opinion, or basis or support for an opinion, that has not been disclosed in response to an appropriate question or interrogatory from the opposing party. Expert discovery shall be completed by June 5, 2017.

         D. MOTION CUT-OFF

         All dispositive motions shall be heard on or before June 14, 2017, at 1:00 p.m. The parties must meet and confer prior to filing any motion. The movant shall certify to the Court in its moving papers that it has complied with this requirement. Should the parties fail to meet and confer, the Court may decline to entertain the motion.

         THE COURT DOES NOT RESERVE MOTION HEARING

         DATES. The parties are advised to check Judge Armstrong's calendar at www.cand.uscourts.gov/sba, under Scheduling Information to determine the next available hearing date, particularly in the case of a dispositive motion. The parties are advised not to wait until 35 days prior to the law and motion cut-off date to file and serve their motion. As the Court's law and motion calendar tends to fill quickly, there is no guarantee that a hearing date within the law and motion cut-off date will be available. You MUST submit a hard copy of all motion papers filed in E-FILED cases in order to be placed on calendar.

         Page Limits: All noticed motions (other than motions for summary judgment) and any opposition thereto, shall not exceed fifteen (15) pages in length, exclusive of the table of contents, table of authorities, exhibits and declarations, if required. Reply briefs may not exceed ten (10) pages in length. Motions for summary judgment are subject to the page limits set forth in Civil Local Rule 7.

         Meet and Confer Requirement: All parties are required to meet and confer in good faith before filing any motion or any non-stipulated request with this court, and to ...


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