Sumpter v. Crittenden Hospital Association et al

Filing 97

ORDER granting as modified 91 Motion to extend discovery and have a status conference. Phase 1 discovery is extended until 18 December 2015. Joint report on scheduling issues needing resolution due by 2 October 2015. A conference will be held there after if need be. The briefing on class certification should continue. The parties should hold 6 June 2016 as a back up trial date. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/22/2015. (jak) (Additional attachment(s) added on 9/22/2015: # 1 Main Document - Correct) (jak)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS JONESBORO DIVISION YOLANDA GOODMAN, On Behalf of Herself and All Similarly Situated Persons v. PLAINTIFF No. 3:14-cv-229-DPM CRITTENDEN HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION, INC.; EUGENE K. CASHMAN, III; W. BRAD McCORMICK; CIGNA HEALTH AND LIFE INSURANCE CO.; JAMIE R. CARTER, JR.; DAVID G. BAYTOS; DAVID RAINES, JR.; JASON W. COLLARD; HERSCHEL F. OWENS; ANDREW LUTTRELL; DONNA B. LANIER; CAROL C. McCORMACK; KEITH M. INGRAM; RANDALL CATT; WILLIAM JOHNSON; LANNIE L. LANCASTER; JULIO P. RUIZ; SHERRY L. LONDON; NESS S. SECHREST; RANDY R. SULLIVAN; LEVEN WILLIAMS; and METHODIST LE BONHEUR HEALTHCARE DEFENDANTS ORDER Goodman’s unopposed motion to extend discovery and have a status conference, № 91, is granted as modified. Phase 1 discovery is extended until 18 December 2015. Joint report on scheduling issues needing resolution due by 2 October 2015. We’ll have a conference thereafter if need be. The Court regrets that the press of other business has prevented it from deciding the motions to dismiss. The Court hopes to rule on № 61 and № 69 by the end of October. Meanwhile, briefing on class certification should continue. The parties should hold 6 June 2015 as a back up trial date. So Ordered. D.P. Marshall Jr. United States District Judge 22 September 2015

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