Bove v. Colorado Center for Neurological Rehabilitation, Inc.
ORDER granting 19 the Joint Motion to Amend 11 Scheduling Order. Discovery due by 5/17/2015; Dispositive Motions due by 6/22/2015, by Judge Richard P. Matsch on 2/3/2015.(evana, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Senior District Judge Richard P. Matsch
Civil Action No. 14-cv-01457-RPM
JAMES DONALD BOVE,
COLORADO CENTER FOR NEUROLOGICAL REHABILITATION, INC. d/b/a
NEUROSCIENCE ASSOCIATION, a Colorado corporation.
ORDER GRANTING JOINT MOTION TO AMEND SCHEDULING ORDER
The Court having reviewed the file and Joint Motion to Amend Scheduling Order hereby
grants the Joint Motion to Amend Scheduling Order.
IT IS SO ORDERED THAT The Scheduling Order shall be amended as follows:
1) The language of Paragraph 7(d)(1) and (2) of the Scheduling Order shall be amended
d. Expert Witness Disclosure:
(1) The parties shall identify anticipated fields of expert testimony, if any.
The Plaintiff anticipates a need for specially retained experts on economic
loss and vocational rehabilitation. Plaintiff additionally anticipates a need for
testimony from Plaintiff’s treating medical providers regarding the scope of his
disability and medical treatment he has received.
Defendant anticipates the need for a medical expert to opine on Plaintiff’s
disability claims and rebuttal experts.
(2) Limitations which the parties propose on the use or number of expert
witnesses. The parties propose a limitation of no more than two (2) specially retained
experts per side.
2) The discovery cut-off is extended until May 17, 2015.
3) The deadline for service of interrogatories and requests for product of documents
and/or admissions is extended to April 10, 2015.
4) The dispositive motion deadline is extended until June 22, 2015.
So Ordered, this 3rd day of February 2015.
s/Richard P. Matsch
Richard P. Matsch
Senior United States District Court Judge
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