Towle v. Walker et al
MINUTE ORDER by Magistrate Judge Nina Y. Wang on 02/02/16 GRANTING 35 Motion to Stay. Discovery in this action is STAYED pending resolution of Defendants Motions to Dismiss [#18, #32]. The Scheduling Conference and Motion Hearing set for February 23, 2016 are VACATED, along with associated deadlines, to be reset if necessary.(nmarb, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 15-cv-02032-RM-NYW
GISELA WALKER, and
Entered By Magistrate Judge Nina Y. Wang
This civil action is before the court on Defendant Robyn Button’s Unopposed Motion to
Stay Discovery (the “Motion”). [#35, filed February 1, 2016]. The matter was referred to this
Magistrate Judge pursuant to the Order Referring Case dated September 17, 2015 [#4] and the
memorandum dated February 1, 2016 [#36].
On December 14, 2015, Defendant Gisela Walker filed a Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff’s
Complaint. See [#18]. Plaintiff filed a timely Response [#27], and Defendant filed a timely
Reply [#31]. On January 27, 2016, Defendant Button filed a Motion to Dismiss, asserting
qualified immunity as a defense. See [#32]. She asks that the court vacate the Scheduling
Conference set for February 23, 2016 and stay all discovery pending resolution of Defendants’
Motions to Dismiss. Plaintiff does not oppose.
IT IS ORDERED that the Motion [#35] is GRANTED:
1. Discovery in this action is STAYED pending resolution of Defendants’ Motions to
Dismiss [#18, #32]; and
2. The Scheduling Conference and Motion Hearing set for February 23, 2016 are
VACATED, along with associated deadlines, to be reset if necessary.
DATED: February 2, 2016
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