Fryberger v. TripTelevision, LLC et al
COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER for Status Conference held on 4/7/2016 before Magistrate Judge Nina Y. Wang. Plaintiff's Motion to Compel TripTelevision, LLC to Respond to Plaintiff's First Set of Discovery Requests 52 is TAKEN UNDER ADVI SEMENT. Discovery due by 9/9/2016. Dispositive Motions due by 10/7/2016. All parties shall designate principal experts due by 7/1/2016. All parties shall designate rebuttal experts due by 8/12/2016. No further extensions of discovery will be permitted absent extraordinary circumstances. FTR: Courtroom C-204. (bsimm, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
MAGISTRATE JUDGE NINA Y. WANG
Date: April 7, 2016
FTR: NYW COURTROOM C-204*
CHARLES F. FRYBERGER, doing business as Chuck
Scott E. Brenner
William Carl Groh, III
RICH MEDIA EXCHANGE, LLC,
APPLE VACATIONS, LLC,
Troy Robert Rackham
Andrew David Ringel
COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER
Court in Session: 9:59 a.m.
Appearance of counsel. Ms. Kulin Strimbu appears with Mr. Rackham.
Discussion and argument held on Plaintiff’s Motion to Compel TripTelevision, LLC to Respond to
Plaintiff’s First Set of Discovery Requests  filed February 12, 2016. Counsel for
TripTelevision represents that discovery responses will be served today.
Plaintiff contends that the Motion to Compel is not moot due to the request for sanctions.
Discussion and argument held regarding awarding attorney fees related to the Motion to Compel.
ORDERED: Plaintiff’s Motion to Compel TripTelevision, LLC to Respond to Plaintiff’s
First Set of Discovery Requests  is TAKEN UNDER ADVISEMENT.
Discussion held regarding status of discovery to this point. Plaintiff has served an initial set of
written discovery, and received responses from Apple Vacations, LLC. TripTelevision, LLC
indicates that they shall respond today.
Discussion held regarding proposed Amended Scheduling Order  filed March 30, 2016.
Deadline for joinder of parties and amendment of pleadings: has passed.
Discovery cut-off: September 9, 2016.
Dispositive motion deadline: October 7, 2016.
All parties shall designate principal experts on or before: July 1, 2016.
All parties shall designate rebuttal experts on or before: August 12, 2016.
Deadline to serve interrogatories, requests for production of documents, and requests for
admissions: 45 days prior to discovery cut-off.
No further extensions of discovery will be permitted absent extraordinary circumstances.
Parties should follow the practice standards of the presiding judge in all filings for this case.
TRIAL The Honorable Marcia S. Krieger will set Trial, Trial Preparation Conference and Final
Pretrial Conference dates by minute order after dispositive motions are determined. If the
dispositive motion deadline passes without dispositive motions being filed, the parties shall contact
Chambers within 10 days of the dispositive motion deadline to request that a Final Pretrial
Conference be set. Failure to contact Chambers within this time may result in the case being
dismissed for failure to prosecute.
Parties are advised of informal discovery dispute process. Before filing discovery motions, counsel
are instructed to comply with D.C.Colo.LCivR 7.1(a) in an effort to resolve the issues. If that is
unsuccessful, parties shall initiate a conference call among themselves and then call Magistrate
Judge Wang’s chambers. If the Court is available, and the matter is simple, she will hear
arguments and attempt to mediate a resolution. If the Court is not available, or the matter is more
complex, parties shall set a time for an informal discovery conference. Parties may need to submit
materials to chambers. Parties are not barred from filing a formal motion, unless the court rules
during the informal conference.
Court in Recess: 10:18 a.m.
Total time in Court: 00:19
* To obtain a transcript of this proceeding, please contact Stevens-Koenig Reporting at (303) 988-8470.
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