Grant v. Unicare Life And Health Insurance Company et al

Filing 15

SECOND AMENDED FINAL SCHEDULING ORDER - ERISA CASE. The parties must file the stipulated administrative record on or before 1/31/2022. Plaintiff must move for judgment and file his or her brief within 21 calendar days after the stipulated record is f iled (on or before 2/21/2022). Defendants must respond to the motion and file their responding briefs within 21 calendar days after the Plaintiff's brief is filed (on or before 3/14/2022). Plaintiff may file a reply brief within 10 calendar days after Defendants file their briefs (on or before 3/24/2022). Signed by Judge Lee P. Rudofsky on 1/10/2022. (jak)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS NORTHERN DIVISION JENNIFER BROADHURST GRANT, Plaintiff, Case No. 3:21-cv-00195-LPR v. UNICARE LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY and FORD MOTOR COMPANY, Defendants. SECOND AMENDED FINAL SCHEDULING ORDER—ERISA CASE The Court, having reviewed the parties’ Joint Motion to Amend Final Scheduling Order (Doc. 14) finds that the Motion is meritorious and should be GRANTED. Therefore, it is ORDERED that the Final Scheduling Order is amended as follows: The briefing schedule is this:  The parties must file the stipulated administrative record on or before January 31, 2022;  Plaintiff must move for judgment and file his or her brief within twenty-one calendar days after the stipulated record is filed (or on or before February 21, 2022);  Defendants must respond to the motion and file their responding briefs within twentyone calendar days after the Plaintiff’s brief is filed (or on or before March 14, 2022);  Plaintiff may file a reply brief within ten calendar days after Defendants file their briefs (or on or before March 24, 2022). IT IS SO ORDERED THIS 10th day of January, 2022 ________________________________ LEE P. RUDOFSKY UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 2

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