Bacote et al v. Federal Bureau of Prisons et al
ORDER Granting 208 Second Joint Motion to Stay and to Extend Deadlines re 100 : Discovery due by 12/31/2014 and Dispositive Motions due by 2/17/2015 (see Order for other deadlines) by Judge Richard P. Matsch on 6/6/2014. (jsmit )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 12-cv-01570-RPM
JOHN W. NARDUCCI, JR.,
JOHN J. POWERS,
ERNEST NORMAN SHAIFER, and
Each individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated,
CENTER FOR LEGAL ADVOCACY
D.B.A. THE LEGAL CENTER FOR PEOPLE
WITH DISABILITIES AND OLDER PEOPLE,
COLORADO’S PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY SYSTEM,
FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS,
ORDER GRANTING SECOND JOINT MOTION TO STAY
AND TO EXTEND DEADLINES
This matter is before the Court on the Second Joint Motion to Stay and to Extend
Deadlines, which seeks a 60-day stay of the proceedings in this case, with the exception of
written discovery, document production, and the continuing settlement conferences, and
a corresponding 60-day extension of the pending deadlines.
Upon consideration of the motion, the Court finds that it should be GRANTED. The
proceedings in this case are stayed, with the exception of written discovery, document
production, and the continuing settlement conferences, up to and including August 12, 2014.
Further, the scheduling order deadlines are extended as follows:
Expert reports and Rule 26(a)(2) disclosures for the party bearing the burden of
persuasion on the issues for which the opinions are offered: September 2, 2014.
Contradicting expert reports and Rule 26(a)(2) disclosures: October 2, 2014.
Any rebuttal opinions: November 3, 2014.
Fact and Expert Discovery Cutoff: December 31, 2014.
Dispositive Motions: February 17, 2015.
Oppositions to Dispositive Motions: March 24, 2015.
Replies to Oppositions to Dispositive Motions: April 17, 2015.
DATED this 6th day of June, 2014.
BY THE COURT:
s/Richard P. Matsch
Richard P. Matsch
Senior U.S. District Judge
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