McElroy v. Vazquez et al
DISCOVERY/SCHEDULING ORDER, signed by Magistrate Judge Sandra M. Snyder on 4/1/09: Unenumerated Rule 12(b) Motion Deadline - 6/1/2009; Deadline to Amend Pleadings - 10/1/2009; Discovery Cut-Off Date - 12/1/2009; Dispositive Motion Deadline - 2/1/2010. (Hellings, J)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 v. VASQUEZ, et al., Defendants. ______________________________/ Defendants Stailey and Cope have answered the complaint filed on November 28, 2007. Pursuant to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 1, 16, and 26-36, discovery shall proceed as follows: 1. Discovery requests shall be served by the parties pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 5 and Local Rule 5-135, and shall only be filed when required by Local Rules 33-250(c), 34-250(c), and 36-250(c); 2. Responses to written discovery requests shall be due forty-five (45) days after the request is first served; 3. To ensure that the responding party has forty-five (45) days after the request is first served to respond, discovery requests must be served at least forty-five (45) days before the discovery deadline; 4. Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(a), defendants may depose plaintiff and any other witness confined in a prison upon condition that, at least fourteen (14) days before such a deposition, defendants serve all parties with the notice required by Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(1); and 5. If disputes arise about the parties' obligations to respond to requests for discovery, the parties shall comply with all pertinent rules including Rules 5, 7, 11, 26, and 37 of the Federal Rules -1LATWAHN MCELROY, Plaintiff, DISCOVERY ORDER SCHEDULING ORDER
Unenumerated Rule 12(b) Motion Deadline Deadline to Amend Pleadings Discovery Cut-Off Date Dispositive Motion Deadline 06/01/2009 10/01/2009 12/01/2009 02/01/2010
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
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of Civil Procedure and Rules 11-110, 7-130, 7-131, 5-133, 5-135, 6-136, 43-142, and 78-230(m) of the Local Rules of Practice for the United States District Court, Eastern District of California. Unless otherwise ordered, Local Rule 37-251 shall not apply, and the requirement set forth in Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 26 and 37 that a party seeking relief from the court certify that he or she has in good faith conferred or attempted to confer with the other party or person in an effort to resolve the dispute prior to seeking court action shall not apply. Voluntary compliance with this provision of Rules 26 and 37 is encouraged, however. A discovery motion that does not comply with all applicable rules will be stricken and may result in imposition of sanctions. Further: 6. The parties are advised that the deadline for filing motions to dismiss for failure to exhaust the administrative remedies pursuant to the unenumerated portion of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b) shall be June 1, 2009; 7. The deadline for amending the pleadings shall be October 1, 2009; 8. The parties are advised that the deadline for the completion of all discovery, including filing motions to compel, shall be December 1, 2009; 9. The deadline for filing pre-trial dispositive motions shall be February 1, 2010;1 10. A request for an extension of a deadline set in this order must be filed on or before the expiration of the deadline in question; and 11. Extensions of time will only be granted on a showing of good cause. IT IS SO ORDERED. Dated: 220hhe April 1, 2009 /s/ Sandra M. Snyder UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
The pre-trial dispositive motion deadline does not apply to the filing of unenumerated Rule 12(b) motions to d is m i s s for failure to exhaust. Unenumerated Rule 12(b) motions for failure to exhaust must be filed on or before the deadline s e p a r a t e l y set forth in this order.
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