Ashley v. Jonesboro Arkansas, City of
ORDER granting 8 joint motion to modify the scheduling order. The parties shall have up to and including 1/12/2020, to submit expert disclosures, including reports; up to and including 2/11/2020, for rebuttal expert disclosures, including reports; and 2/15/2020, to seek leave to add parties and amend pleadings. All other deadlines set forth in the 6 final scheduling order remain in full force and effect. Signed by Judge Kristine G. Baker on 10/7/2019. (jbh)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
Case No. 3:18-cv-00228 KGB
CITY OF JONESBORO, ARKANSAS
Before the Court is a joint motion to modify the scheduling order (Dkt. No. 8). An initial
scheduling order was entered on February 19, 2019 (Dkt. No. 4), and a final scheduling order was
entered on May 6, 2019 (Dkt. No. 6). In the motion, the parties represent that they need additional
time to conduct “a more global review of program access in Jonesboro,” which they believe “would
expedite a global resolution” of the claims raised in the complaint without the need for “protracted
litigation” (Dkt. No. 8, ¶ 3).
The parties submit that they agree and consent to an extension of expert disclosure
deadlines and the deadline to amend pleadings. Specifically, the parties request that this Court
modify the scheduling order by permitting expert disclosures, including reports, to be made by
January 12, 2020, and by allowing the parties to seek leave to amend pleadings by February 15,
2020 (Id., ¶ 4).
For good cause shown, the Court grants the motion. The parties shall have up to and
including January 12, 2020, to submit expert disclosures, including reports; up to and including
February 11, 2020, for rebuttal expert disclosures, including reports; and February 15, 2020, to
seek leave to add parties and amend pleadings. All other deadlines set forth in the final scheduling
order remain in full force and effect (Dkt. No. 6).
It is so ordered this 7th day of October, 2019.
Kristine G. Baker
United States District Judge
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