Staggs et al v. Doctors Hospital of Manteca, Inc. et al

Filing 242

ORDER signed by District Judge Morrison C. England, Jr. on 10/10/2019 CLARIFYING 233 Supplemental Pretrial Scheduling Order as follows: All motions in limine, oppositions, and replies are to be filed in 1 document. Parties filing multiple motions in limine must submit their motions and the supporting exhibits in 1 document for the Court. Responses to motions in limine must also be submitted in 1 document. (Huang, H)

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 9 EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 10 11 12 LINNIE STAGGS, individually and as Administrator of the Estate of Robert E. Staggs, and MELISSA STAGGS, Plaintiffs, 13 16 ORDER v. 14 15 No. 2:11-cv-00414-MCE-KJN DOCTORS HOSPITAL OF MANTECA, INC., et al., Defendants. 17 In this action Plaintiffs Linnie Staggs, individually and as the Administrator of the 18 19 Estate of Robert E. Staggs (“Decedent”), and Melissa Staggs (collectively “Plaintiffs”), 20 seek redress from, inter alia, Defendants Jack St. Clair, M.D.; Curtis Allen, M.D.; Lincoln 21 Russin, M.D.1; Edwin Bangi, M.D.; John Krpan, D.O.; Mario P. Sattah, M.D.; Doctors 22 Hospital of Manteca (“DHM”); and various Doe Defendants (collectively “Defendants”) 23 stemming from Defendants’ medical treatment of Decedent during his incarceration at 24 Sierra Conservation Center (“SCC”). 25 /// 26 /// 27 1 28 Since filing the present motion, Plaintiffs have reached a settlement agreement with Defendant Dr. Russin. See ECF Nos. 220, 223, 229. 1 1 On March 29, 2019, the Court issued its Supplemental Pretrial Scheduling Order 2 (“Supplemental PTSO”) (ECF No. 233), which detailed, in part, that: (1) the Final Pretrial 3 Conference (“FPTC”) is set for December 5, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. (id. at 1); and (2) 4 regarding Motions in Limine, that, “[a]ny evidentiary or procedural motions are to be filed 5 in one document by November 8, 2019. Oppositions must be filed in one document by 6 November 22, 2019, and any reply must be filed in one document by November 29, 7 2019.” Id. at 5 (emphasis in original). 8 Subsequently, the SCC Defendants, through their attorney of record, filed 9 Objections to the Supplemental PTSO. ECF No. 234. The Objection seeks clarification 10 on the Court’s Order that all motions in limine, to include oppositions thereto, be filed “in 11 one document.” Id. at 2. To clarify the requirement that all motions in limine, oppositions 12 thereto, and replies in support of, be filed in “one” document, parties filing multiple 13 motions in limine must submit their motions and the supporting exhibits in one document 14 for the Court. Responses to motions in limine must also be submitted in one document. 15 Each side is not required to jointly file their motions, oppositions, and replies with the 16 other side.2 17 18 IT IS SO ORDERED. DATED: October 10, 2019 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 2 The Objections further requested that Diana Esquivel, attorney for SCC Defendants, be permitted to appear by telephone at the December 5, 2019 FPTC. ECF No. 234, at 2. According to the Joint Status Report filed September 17, 2019, Ms. Esquivel no longer has a conflict with the FPTC date. ECF No. 241, at 2. 2

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