Duckworth v. AT&T Services Inc et al
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 23 Motion to Compel. The ddl for Rule 30(b)(6) depositions is extended up to, and including, December 22, 2011. The ddl for filing motions to dismiss or motions for summary judgment is extended up to, and including, January 5, 2012. Reply briefs are allowed for motions for summary judgment and those will be due on January 26, 2012. All other ddls remain the same.Signed by Judge James M. Moody on 12/1/11. (kpr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
CASE NO. 4:10CV02033 JMM
AT&T SERVICES, ET AL.
Plaintiff’s Motion in Limine, to Compel, and to Extend Discovery Deadline is granted in
part and denied in part (#25).
The Court denies the motion to the extent that it will not require the fact depositions held
to date to be designated as Rule 30(b)(6) depositions.
The motion is granted to the extent that the Court will extend Rule 30(b)(6) deposition,
Motion for Summary Judgment and Motion to Dismiss deadlines. The deadline for Rule
30(b)(6) depositions is extended up to, and including, December 22, 2011. The deadline for
filing Motions to Dismiss or Motions for Summary Judgment is extended up to, and including,
January 5, 2012. Responses to Motion to Dismiss and Summary Judgments shall be due on, or
before, January 19, 2012. Reply briefs are allowed for Motions for Summary Judgment and
those will be due on January 26, 2012.
All other deadlines set forth in the Court’s Scheduling Order remain the same.
Based upon a trial date of February 21, 2012, the parties should be aware that a decision
upon any pending Motion for Summary Judgment or Motion to Dismiss may not be made until
the week of trial.
Each party is to bear their own costs for any subsequent Rule 30(b)(6) depositions and for
the Motions in Limine, to Compel and To extend Discovery Deadline filed by Plaintiff.
IT IS SO ORDERED THIS
day of December , 2011.
James M. Moody
United States District Judge
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