Tucker v. Scott
ORDER directing the parties to file a proper Report of Parties' Planning Meeting as previously ordered, as further set out in order; Rule 26 Meeting Report due by 12/7/2009. Signed by Hon. Chief Judge Mark E. Fuller on 12/2/2009. (wcl, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR T H E MIDDLE DISTRICT OF ALABAMA E A S T E R N DIVISION D O N N A W. TUCKER P L A IN T IF F , v. T E R R Y SCOTT, DEFEND AN T. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) )
C I V IL ACTION NO. 3:09-cv-905-MEF (W O )
B y its Order (Doc. # 7) dated October 28, 2009, the Court reminded the parties of the o b lig a tio n , imposed by Rule 26(f) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, to confer and to d e v e lo p a proposed discovery plan and directed to file the Report of Parties' Planning M e e tin g described in Rule 26(f) as soon as practicable but not later than November 30, 2009. A s of the date of this Order, the Court has not received the Report of Parties' Planning. The p a rtie s are hereby ORDERED to file a proper Report of Parties' Planning Meeting as p re v io u s ly ordered no later than December 7, 2009. The parties are admonished that failu re to comply with this Order could result in the imposition of appropriate s a n c ti o n s . In preparing the Report of Parties' Planning Meeting, the parties are advised that the lo n g s ta n d in g practice in this district is that dispositive motions shall be filed no later than 90 d a ys prior to the pretrial date. If the parties seek to vary from that schedule, they should p re se n t, in the plan, specific case related reasons for the requested variance.
T h is case will be set for trial before the undersigned judge during one of that judge's re g u lar ly scheduled civil trial terms. The pretrial date is normally set within four to six w e e k s of a scheduled trial term. The dates of each judge's civil trial terms are available on th e court's website located at http://almd.uscourts.gov in the civil case information section. T h is court may or may not hold a scheduling conference before issuing a scheduling o rd e r. If the court holds a scheduling conference, counsel may participate in the scheduling c o n f e re n c e by conference call. T h e scheduling order entered by the court will follow the form of the Uniform S c h e d u l in g Order adopted by the judges of this court. The Uniform Scheduling Order is also a v a ila b le on the court's website. T h e report of the parties should comply with Form 52 of the Appendix of Forms to th e Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. D O N E this 2nd day of December, 2009. /s/ Mark E. Fuller CHIEF UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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