Elwell et al v. Air Line Pilots Association, International
COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER for proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer: Telephonic Motion Hearing held on 1/29/2014. 41 Joint Motion for Approval of Stipulation is GRANTED. FTR: Courtroom A402 - C. Covington. (ccovi)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer
Civil Action: 13-cv-02343-REB-CBS
January 29, 2014
FTR - Reporter Deck - Courtroom A402
Courtroom Deputy: Courtni Covington
GERALD ELWELL, et al.,
Richard M. Paul, III
AIR LINE PILOTS
Michael E. Abram
Marcus C. Migliore
David W. Furgason
COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER
HEARING: TELEPHONIC MOTION HEARING
Court in Session:
Court calls case. Appearances of counsel.
This matter is before the court regarding the parties’ Joint Motion for Approval of Stipulation
Concerning Plaintiffs’ Discovery and Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment [Doc. No.
The court addresses counsel regarding their stipulation to stay discovery pending ruling on the
current motions in the case and its concern whether enough time will remain to allow the parties
sufficient time to complete discovery. The court notes it is not the trial judge and therefore cannot
adjust the currently set trial date.
Counsel advise the court that they believe they can proceed expeditiously after determination of
Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment [Doc. No. 37].
Joint Motion for Approval of Stipulation Concerning Plaintiffs’ Discovery
and Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment [Doc. No. 41, filed
1/17/2014] is GRANTED.
Out of the abundance of caution, the court directs Plaintiffs’ counsel to flag in their Response brief
the fact that the parties have agreed to defer addressing certain issues framed in the Motion for
Court in recess:
Total time in court: 00:18
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