Galindo v. Echosphere, L.L.C. et al

Filing 7

ORDER TO SET SCHEDULING CONFERENCE: The parties are ordered to set an initialscheduling conference in this Court (with Judge Jackson) no later than 45 days after all responsive pleadings are filed. Please see the order for details. By Judge R. Brooke Jackson on 12/09/2011. (rbjsec. )

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Honorable R. Brooke Jackson Civil Action No. 11-cv-02970-RBJ CANDI GALINDO, Plaintiff, v. ECHOSPHERE LLC d/b/a DISH NETWORK and KENNETH CRAWFORD, in all capacities, Defendants. ORDER TO SET SCHEDULING CONFERENCE This matter comes before the Court sua sponte. The parties are ordered to set an initial scheduling conference in this Court (with Judge Jackson) pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 16(b) and D.C.COLO.LCivR 16.1 no later than 45 days after all responsive pleadings are filed. Each party’s lead trial counsel shall attend the conference. The conference shall be held in Courtroom A-702, Alfred A. Arraj U.S. Courthouse, 901 19th Street, Denver, Colorado. The parties are directed to jointly contact Mary DeRosa by telephone at (303) 844-4694 or by email at to obtain a scheduling conference date. A meeting for the purposes of attempting to agree on a scheduling order and satisfying the requirements of Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(f) should be held no later than 21 days before the proposed scheduling order is tendered. The proposed scheduling order, which should be prepared as described in Appendix F to the local rules, should be tendered no later than five days before the scheduling conference. The proposed scheduling order should set forth the parties’ agreement or their respective positions on the matters set forth in Appendix F. A copy of instructions for the preparation of a scheduling order and a form scheduling order can be downloaded from the Court’s website ( DATED this 9th day of December, 2011. BY THE COURT: ___________________________________ R. Brooke Jackson United States District Judge

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