Fieselman v. City and County of Denver, The et al

Filing 51

MINUTE ENTRY for proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer: Telephonic Motion Hearing held on 9/2/2014. ORDERED: Unopposed Motion to Dismiss the Second Claim for Relief and to Dismiss All Defendants Except Delilah Lewis 50 is GRA NTED. The case will go forward on the first claim for relief and with Delilah Lewis as the only defendant. ORDERED: Denver Defendants' Unopposed Motion to Modify Scheduling Order to Stay Dispositive Motion Deadline or, in the Alternative, Extend the Dispositive Motion Deadline 46 is GRANTED. All discovery is STAYED in this case and all further proceedings are STAYED pending a ruling on Ms. Lewis Motion to Dismiss. FTR: Courtroom A-402. (amont)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer    Civil Action: 14‐cv‐00030‐RM‐CBS      Date: September 2, 2014  Courtroom Deputy: Amanda Montoya    FTR – Reporter Deck‐Courtroom A402    Parties: Counsel: KATHLEEN FIESELMAN,   Alison Ruttenberg Plaintiff, v. CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER, THE, et al; Olympia Fay Wendy Shea Defendant.   COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER HEARING:  TELEPHONIC MOTION HEARING  Court in session: 11:00 a.m.    Court calls case.  Appearances of counsel.    Plaintiff filed a Suggestion of Death of Kathleen Fieselman [49].  Ms. Fieselman has passed  away.    ORDERED:  Unopposed Motion to Dismiss the Second Claim for Relief and to Dismiss All  Defendants Except Delilah Lewis [50] is GRANTED.  The case will go forward on  the first claim for relief and with Delilah Lewis as the only defendant.     This hearing comes before the Court in regards to Denver Defendants’ Unopposed Motion to  Modify Scheduling Order to Stay Dispositive Motion Deadline or, in the Alternative, Extend the  Dispositive Motion Deadline [46].  In paragraph 3 of the Motion, counsel for Denver defendants  served an initial set of written discovery on June 30, 2014.  This violates the scheduling order in  that discovery needs to be served 33 days prior to discovery cut‐off.  The discovery cut‐off was  July 31, 2014.    In paragraph 4 of the Motion, Plaintiff’s counsel sent an e‐mail on August 3, 2014, asking for a 2  week extension to respond to discovery requests due to their client being in the hospital.  At  the time the e‐mail was sent, the discovery cut‐off had passed.      ORDERED:  Denver Defendants’ Unopposed Motion to Modify Scheduling Order to Stay  Dispositive Motion Deadline or, in the Alternative, Extend the Dispositive Motion  Deadline [46] is GRANTED.  All discovery is STAYED in this case and all further  proceedings are STAYED pending a ruling on Ms. Lewis’ Motion to Dismiss.        HEARING CONCLUDED.    Court in recess: 11:23 a.m.  Total time in court: 00:23    To order transcripts of hearings with Magistrate Judge Shaffer, please contact Avery Woods Reporting at  (303) 825‐6119 or toll free at 1‐800‐962‐3345. 

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