Schupper v. Cafasso et al
MINUTE ORDER by Magistrate Judge Nina Y. Wang on 04/21/16 GRANTING IN PART and DENYING IN PART 226 Defendants' Supplemental Joint Motion to Stay Discovery and Vacate Scheduling Conference, Scheduling Conference set for 5/6/16 is vacated. Discovery is stayed. (nmarb, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 10-cv-01853-WYD-NYW
SANFORD B. SCHUPPER,
JOHN RUSZCZYK (all in their individual and official capacities), and
JOHN DOE, JANE DOES, DOES I-X,
Entered by Magistrate Judge Nina Y. Wang
This matter is before the court on Defendants’ Supplemental Joint Motion to Stay
Discovery and Vacate Scheduling Conference (the “Motion”). [#226, filed Apr. 14, 2016]. The
undersigned Magistrate Judge considers the Motion pursuant to the Order of Reference dated
August 6, 2010 [#2], the Order dated September 30, 2015 [#187], and the Memorandum dated
April 14, 2016 [#227].
The court has carefully considered Defendants’ arguments in the Motion, the applicable
case law, and the history of this case. Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED that:
Defendants’ Joint Motion to Stay Discovery and Vacate Scheduling Conference
[#220] is GRANTEDIN PART and DENIED IN PART;
The Scheduling Conference previously set for May 6, 2016 is VACATED;
Discovery is STAYED pending a Recommendation on the State Defendants’
Renewed Motion to Dismiss [#223] and the District Attorney Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss
Plaintiff’s Complaint with Supplements (Docs. 1, 30, 49) [#202] (collectively, the “Motions to
To the extent that the Recommendation contemplates any claim surviving in this
action, Defendants must contact Magistrate Judge Wang’s Chambers at (303) 335-2600 within 7
days of such Recommendation to set a new date and time for the Scheduling Conference.
DATED: April 21, 2016
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