Hoffner v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
MINUTE ENTRY for proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer: Telephonic Motion Hearing held on 7/30/2012. The court GRANTS 17 Motion to Amend/Correct/Modify. The discovery cut off shall be extended to August 31, 2012. The dispositive motions deadline shall be extended to October 1, 2012. FTR: Robin Mason. (cbscd, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer
Civil Action: 11-cv-03099-MSK-CBS
Date: July 30, 2012
FTR - Reporter Deck-Courtroom A402
Courtroom Deputy: Robin Mason
LARRY W. HOFFNER,
Brandon Barnard Houtchens
Christina J. Valerio
Peter F. Munger
COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER
HEARING: TELEPHONIC MOTION HEARING
Court in Session:
Court calls case. Appearances of counsel.
The court addresses the parties regarding the defendant’s Unopposed MOTION to
Amend/Correct/Modify 15 Scheduling Order to Extend Discovery and Dispositive Motion
Deadlines (Docket no. 17, filed on 7/12/2012).
Discussion between the court and the parties regarding Rule 16(b) pertaining to good cause, the
parties showing good cause for this extension, the parties attempting to reach a settlement in this
case, completing depositions, how much discovery has been completed, the previously entered
scheduling order, interrogatories, Judge Krieger’s practice standards, and length of trial.
ORDERED: The court GRANTS defendant’s Unopposed MOTION to Amend/Correct/Modify
15 Scheduling Order to Extend Discovery and Dispositive Motion Deadlines (Docket
no. 17, filed on 7/12/2012). The discovery cut off shall be extended to August 31,
2012. The dispositive motions deadline shall be extended to October 1, 2012.
Court in recess:
Total time in court:
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