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Club One Casino, Inc. v. Jewell

United States District Court, E.D. California

April 11, 2017

CLUB ONE CASINO, INC., GLCR, Plaintiffs,
v.
SALLY M. JEWELL, LAWRENCE S. ROBERTS, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR, Defendants,

          SCHEDULING CONFERENCE ORDER

         This Court conducted an Initial Scheduling Conference on March 29, 2017. Robert Links appeared telephonically on behalf of Plaintiffs. Joseph Watson appeared telephonically on behalf of Defendants. Pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 16(b), this Court sets a schedule for this action.

         I. Amendments to The Parties' Pleadings

         Additional amendments to pleadings are not anticipated or authorized.

         II. Consent To Magistrate Judge

         The parties have not consented to Magistrate Judge jurisdiction.

         III. Preparation of the Administrative Record

         Defendants have agreed to prepare the administrative record in this case and lodge it with the Court no later than May 14, 2017. If Plaintiffs wish to challenge the administrative record, they should consult with Federal Defendants by June 14, 2017 and file a motion to supplement the record by June 30, 2017. Federal Defendants shall file a response by July 31, 2017. Plaintiffs may file a reply by August 14, 2017. In such case, the parties shall submit to the Court a new briefing schedule for summary judgment as soon as the motion to supplement the record is decided by the Court.

         IV. Dates for Filing Briefs

         Plaintiffs have requested that the Court set a briefing schedule for the parties to file cross-motions for summary judgment. All motions will be heard before United States District Judge Anthony W. Ishii in Courtroom 2. The Court will advise the parties if a hearing on any motion is required after reviewing the briefing. Given the nature of this case, the parties are not required to submit a joint statement of undisputed facts when filing motions for summary judgment. However, prior to filing such motion, the parties are ordered to meet, in person or by telephone, and discuss the issues to be raised in the motion at least twenty-one days prior to filing the motion. The purpose of the meeting shall be to: 1) avoid filing motions for summary judgment where a question of fact exists; 2) determine whether the respondent agrees that the motion has merit in whole or in part; 3) discuss whether issues can be resolved without the necessity of briefing; 4) narrow the issues for review by the court; and 5) explore the possibility of settlement before the parties incur the expense of briefing a summary judgment motion.

         Dates for the filing of briefs are outlined below:

         June 30, 2017Plaintiffs shall file their motion for summary judgment.

         July 31, 2017Defendants shall file their combined cross-motion for summary judgment and opposition to Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment.

         August 30, 2017Plaintiffs shall file their combined opposition to Defendants' cross- motion for summary judgment and reply in support of Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment.

         September 27, 2017 Defendants shall file their reply in support of their ...


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