Archuleta v. Blac-Frac Tanks, Inc.

Filing 34

MINUTE ORDER granting in part and denying in part 29 Plaintiff's Motion to Amend the Scheduling Order; granting in part and denying in part 32 Defendant's Motion to Amend the Scheduling Order by Magistrate Judge Michael E. Hegarty on 2/25/2015.Initial expert disclosures due by 3/23/2015. Rebuttal expert disclosures due by 5/11/2015. Discovery due by 6/30/2015. Dispositive Motions due by 7/31/2015. (mdave )

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Civil Action No. 14-cv-02222-MSK-MEH DELBERT L. ARCHULETA, Plaintiff, v. BLAC-FRAC TANKS, INC., Defendant. ______________________________________________________________________________ MINUTE ORDER ______________________________________________________________________________ Entered by Michael E. Hegarty, United States Magistrate Judge, on February 25, 2015. Before the Court are Plaintiff’s Motion to Amend the Scheduling Order [filed February 20, 2015; docket #29] and Defendant’s Motion to Amend the Scheduling Order [filed February 24, 2015; docket #32]. The Court finds no reasonable basis on which to deny Plaintiff’s motion outright, particularly because the Defendant does not oppose Plaintiff’s primary request to extend the expert disclosure deadline. The Court finds good cause to extend both the Plaintiff’s request and the Defendant’s request (in part) to extend the initial expert and rebuttal expert disclosure deadlines. However, the Court disagrees both with the Plaintiff that the discovery deadline need not be extended and with the Defendant that the discovery deadline be extended longer than 30 days. Accordingly, the Court grants in part and denies in part the motions, and finds good cause to modify paragraph 9 of the Scheduling Order as follows: Initial expert disclosures due: Rebuttal expert disclosures due: Discovery cutoff: Dispositive motions due: March 23, 2015 May 11, 2015 June 30, 2015 July 31, 2015

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