Ledbetter et al v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Filing 247

MINUTE ORDER granting in part and denying in part 246 Motion for Leave. The motion is granted to the extent that GE wishes to file a Daubert motion. However, because the Court would like more than one business day to review the submitted materials , the proposed expedited briefing schedule is denied. The expedited briefing schedule is ordered as follows:General Electric may file its Daubert motion not later than November 13, 2009. Plaintiffs may file their response not later than December 1, 2009. General Electric may file a reply not later than December 7, 2009. Entered by Chief Judge Wiley Y. Daniel on 11/10/09. (wydcd, rrk)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Chief Judge Wiley Y. Daniel Civil Action No. 06-cv-01958-WYD-MJW JOEL LEDBETTER; HEATH POWELL; and DISA POWELL, as spouse to Heath Powell, Plaintiffs, v. WAL-MART STORES, INC.. GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, EATON CORPORATION, d/b/a Cutler-Hammer, EATON CORPORATION, d/b/a Eaton Electrical Services & Systems, EATON CORPORATION, d/b/a Eaton Electrical Inc., EATON ELECTRICAL, INC., and JOHN DOES 3-5 and 18-15, whose true names are unknown, Defendants. MINUTE ORDER ORDER ENTERED BY CHIEF JUDGE WILEY Y. DANIEL General Electric Company's Unopposed Motion for Leave to File Daubert Motion on Expedited Briefing Schedule (docket #246), filed November 9, 2009, is GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART. The motion is granted to the extent that GE wishes to file a Daubert motion. However, because the Court would like more than one business day to review the submitted materials, the proposed expedited briefing schedule is denied. The expedited briefing schedule is ordered as follows: General Electric may file its Daubert motion not later than November 13, 2009. Plaintiffs may file their response not later than December 1, 2009. General Electric may file a reply not later than December 7, 2009. Dated: November 10, 2009.

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