Whitley et al v. Terminix International Inc
ORDER directing Plaintiffs to disclose experts by 5/15/12; Defendants to disclose experts by 6/15/12; the addition of parties or amendment of pleadings shall be completed by 7/1/12. Signed by Judge James M. Moody on 3/28/2012. (jct)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
Wayne Whitley and Cathy Whitley,
Terminix International, Inc.,
) No. 3:11-CV-00168-JMM
AGREED ORDER SETTING EXPERT DISCLOSURE DEADLINES AND EXTENDING
TIME TO ADD PARTIES AND/OR AMEND PLEADINGS
The parties, by and through counsel, hereby respectfully move the Court to enter this
Agreed Order setting the deadlines for disclosure of experts and extending the deadline for
adding parties and/or amending the pleadings. This is the first time that the parties have
requested the Court to extend any deadlines in this case. The extension is necessary because
under the existing scheduling order, the deadline for the addition of parties and/or the
amendment of pleadings is April 1, 2012. The defendant just received the plaintiffs’ discovery
responses, and needs additional time to issue subpoenas to several entities listed therein before
deciding whether to add any additional parties to the case. Accordingly, the Court extends the
time for the addition of parties and/or amendment of pleadings as set forth below, so that the
defendants can obtain the necessary records prior to that deadline.
Plaintiffs shall disclose experts by May 15, 2012;
Defendants shall disclose experts by June 15, 2012;
The addition of parties or amendment of pleadings shall be completed by July 1,
SO ORDERED THIS 28th DAY OF March, 2012.
UNITED STATES DISRICT JUDGE
JOHNNY DUNIGAN LAW OFFICE
Johnny Dunigan, Esq.
219 West Drew Avenue
Monette, AR 72447
Attorney for Plaintiffs
WOMACK, LANDIS, PHELPS & MCNEILL, P.A.
__/s/ Mark Mayfield__________________________
Mark Mayfield, Esq.
P.O. Box 3077
Jonesboro, AR 72403
870-932-0900, fax: 870-932-2553
One of the Attorneys for Defendant, TERMINIX
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