Barboza v. California Association of Professional Firefighters, Long-Term Disability Plan et al
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Gregory G. Hollows on 1/11/10, ORDERING that the joint statement SHALL BE FILED no later than seven days before the 1/28/10 hearing. (Kastilahn, A)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
DAVID BARBOZA, Plaintiff, vs. 2:08CV02569-FCD-GGH CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL FIREFIGHTERS, et al., Defendant(s). ______________________________________/ Plaintiff filed a discovery motion on 1/7/2010 set for hearing on January 28, 2010 @ 10:00. Per E.D. Cal. L.R. 251, the joint statement shall be filed in no later than seven days before the scheduled hearing. Per E.D. Cal. L.R.133(f), if the joint statement is more than 25 pages, or the attachments are longer than 50 pages, the copy shall be hand delivered or sent by overnight mail to chambers on the day of filing. The filing deadline, accordingly, will be January 21, 2009. The dispute may be organized by category, with specific discovery items attached, if appropriate, as an exhibit. For each disputed category or individual item, include: (1) the specific disputed discovery category or item; (2) the response; (3) the moving party's position; and (4) the opposition. E.D.Cal. L.R. 251(c)(3). Do not file separate briefing. Id. Privilege objections must comply with Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(b)(5). Except in extraordinary circumstances, the party claiming privilege may not submit a post-hearing privilege log. The failure properly to support a privilege objection with a privilege log may be deemed to waive it. The moving party is responsible for filing the joint statement. The opposing party nevertheless must timely draft and submit its portion. Failure of either party to use best efforts to ensure timely filing will be cause for sanctions. Dated: January 11, 2010 /s/ Gregory G. Hollows ___________________________________ GREGORY G. HOLLOWS U.S. Magistrate Judge
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