Baker v. City and County of Denver, Office of Economic Development

Filing 40

COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER for proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer: Motion Hearing held on 12/8/2015. Denying without prejudice 33 Motion to Strike. To the extent the Plaintiff intends to illicit expert opinion from either Dr. Kessel and Dr. Khodaee, the Plaintiff is REQUIRED to provide a supplemental 26(a)(2)(c) summary disclosure within 10 calendar days of today or by December 18, 2015. 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‐02468‐REB‐CBS      Date:  December 8, 2015  Courtroom Deputy: Amanda Montoya    FTR – Reporter Deck‐Courtroom A402    Parties: Counsel: BRENDA T BAKER,   Andrew Brake Plaintiff, v. CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER, OFFICE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, Charles Mitchell Natalia Ballinger Defendant.   COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER HEARING: MOTION HEARING  Court in session: 01:26 p.m.  Court calls case.  Appearances of counsel.    This hearing comes before the court in regards to [33] The City’s Motion to Strike Plaintiff’s  Expert Disclosures.  Discussion and argument regarding the motion.    ORDERED:  [33] The City’s Motion to Strike Plaintiff’s Expert Disclosures is DENIED without  prejudice.  To the extent the Plaintiff intends to illicit expert opinion from either  Dr. Kessel and Dr. Khodaee, the Plaintiff is REQUIRED to provide a supplemental  26(a)(2)(c) summary disclosure within 10 calendar days of today or by December  18, 2015.      Discussion regarding trial procedures.      HEARING CONCLUDED.    Court in recess: 02:50 p.m.  Total time in court: 01:24    To order transcripts of hearings please contact Stevens-Koenig Reporting at (303) 988-8470.  

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