United States District Court, N.D. California
ELIZABETH D. LAPORTE UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE.
the Case Management Conference held on August 3, 2016, IT IS
HEREBY ORDERED THAT pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 16, the
following case management and pretrial order is entered:
trial will begin on July 11, 2017 at 8:30 A.M. in Courtroom
E, 15th Floor, 450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA
94102. Should a daily transcript and/or realtime reporting be
desired, the parties shall make arrangements with Debra
Campbell, Court Reporter Supervisor, at (415) 522-2079 or
DebraCampbell@cand.uscourts.gov, at least 14 days
prior to the trial date.
length of the trial will be not more than 5 days.
non-expert discovery shall be completed no later than
February 14, 2017. There will be no further non-expert
discovery after that date except by order of the Court for
good cause shown. Motions to compel non-expert discovery must
be filed within the time limits contained in Civil Local Rule
Initial expert disclosures shall be made no later than March
7, 2017. Rebuttal expert disclosures shall be made no later
than March 21, 2017. All treating physicians who will provide
opinion testimony beyond that which can be provided by a lay
person must be disclosed as expert witnesses, but they need
not prepare expert reports unless ordered to do so by the
expert discovery shall be completed no later than April 25,
2017. There will be no further expert discovery after that
date except by order of the Court for good cause shown.
Motions to compel expert discovery must be filed within the
time limits contained in Civil Local Rule 26-2.
26(e)(1) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure requires all
parties to supplement or correct their initial disclosures,
expert disclosures, pretrial disclosures, and responses to
discovery requests under the circumstances itemized in that
Rule, and when ordered by the Court. The Court expects that
the parties will supplement and/or correct their disclosures
promptly when required under that Rule, without the need for
a request from opposing counsel. In addition to the general
requirements of Rule 26(e)(1), the parties will supplement
and/or correct all previously made disclosures and discovery
responses 28 days before the fact discovery cutoff date.
Pursuant to Civil L.R. 37-1(b), telephone conferences are
available to resolve disputes during a discovery event, such
as a deposition, where the resolution during the event likely
would result in substantial savings of expense or time.
Privilege logs. If a party withholds information that is
responsive to a discovery request, and is otherwise
discoverable under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, by
claiming that it is privileged, or protected from discovery
under the attorney work product doctrine or any other
protective doctrine (including, but not limited to, privacy
rights), that party shall prepare a "privilege log"
(Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(b)(5)) setting forth the privilege relied
upon and specifying separately for each document or for each
category of similarly situated documents:
1. The name and job title or capacity of the author;
2. The name and job title or capacity of each recipient;
3. The date the document was prepared and, if different, the
date(s) on which it was sent to or shared with persons other
than its author(s);
4. The title and description of the document;
5. The subject matter addressed in the document;
6. The purpose(s) for which it was prepared or communicated;
7. The specific basis for the claim that it is ...