Allstate Insurance Company v. Ohio Casualty Insurance Company
MINUTE ORDER Granting in part, denying in part, and declining to rule in part 60 Defendant West American Insurance Company's Motion to Amend the Scheduling Order and Vacate the Trial Date. Granted insofar as Discovery is due by 5/28/2010; Decl ines to Rule on the portion that asks to vacate the jury trial. That portion will be addressed by Judge Blackburn, the trial judge on the merits; Denying the remainder of the relief sought in the motion, by Magistrate Judge Michael J. Watanabe on 4/14/2010.(mjwcd)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Civil Action No. 09-cv-00967-REB-MJW ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, Plaintiff(s), v. WESTERN AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant(s). MINUTE ORDER Entered by Magistrate Judge Michael J. Watanabe It is hereby ORDERED that Defendant West American Insurance Company's Motion to Amend the Scheduling Order and Vacate the Trial Date (docket no. 60) is GRANTED IN PART, DENIED IN PART AND DECLINED TO RULE IN PART as follows. In this case, the parties have had sufficient time to complete discovery. Both sides have caused this case to be unnecessarily expanded by their actions, but such actions of the parties do not equate to good cause to extend all deadlines set out in the Rule 16 Scheduling Order. Accordingly, the subject motion (docket no. 60) is GRANTED insofar as the deadline to complete discovery is extended to May 28, 2010. This court DECLINES TO RULE on the portion of the subject motion (docket no. 60) that asks the court to vacate the jury trial. That portion of the subject motion (docket no. 60) will be addressed by Judge Blackburn since he is the trial judge on the merits. The remainder of the relief sought in the subject motion (docket no. 60) is DENIED. Date: April 14, 2010
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