Montoya v. Colvin

Filing 7

ORDER for Preparation of a Joint Case Management Plan for Social Security Cases, by Judge Wiley Y. Daniel on 10/29/2015. (Attachments: # 1 Case Management form) (evana, )

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Senior Judge Wiley Y. Daniel Civil Action No. 15-cv-02395-WYD SHIRLEY MONTOYA, Plaintiff, v. CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, Defendant. ORDER FOR PREPARATION OF JOINT CASE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR SOCIAL SECURITY CASES Daniel, J. NOTICE: This Order contains provisions that alter substantively the way in which Social Security Appeals are managed and marshaled. Please read this Order carefully and thoroughly to ensure compliance with the orders of the court. The matter before me is plaintiff’s Complaint [#1], filed October 28, 2015. In lieu of a scheduling conference, the parties must confer to prepare a proposed Joint Case Management Plan for Social Security Cases (“JCMP”) as provided by D.C.COLO.LAPR 16.1(a). This Order provides instructions as to the preparation of the JCMP. 1. Form. A copy of the required form of JCMP is attached to this Order and available on the district court’s website at 2. Contents of the proposed JCMP. a. Paragraph 3.B. The proposed form of JCMP shall state the date on which the U.S. Attorney’s Office was served (or waived or accepted service). The court anticipates that the government will waive or accept service no later than fourteen (14) days, or sooner if practicable, from the filing of the Complaint. b. Paragraph 3.C. The Answer shall consist of a certified copy of the transcript of the administrative record plus any affirmative defense, which if then not filed, shall be waived. The Answer shall be filed no later than sixty (60) days, or sooner if practicable, after service (or waiver or acceptance of service). c. Paragraph 8. (1) Plaintiff’s opening brief shall be due no later than thirty (30) days from the filing of the proposed JCMP. The deadlines for the submission of the response and any reply shall be as provided by D.C.COLO.LCivR 7.1(d). (2) Any motion for extension of these deadlines requires a showing of good cause, which must be established with particularity. The following DO NOT constitute good cause: agreement of counsel; inconvenience to counsel or the parties; press of business or a “heavy workload;” conflicts in scheduling (a fortiori, when more than one attorney has entered an appearance for a party); or practice as a solo practitioner. 2 (3) Opening and response briefs shall be limited to no more than twenty (20) pages. Reply briefs shall be limited to no more than ten (10) pages. These page limitations shall apply to the legal argument portion of the brief or response, but shall not include the cover page, jurisdictional statement, table of contents, or statement of facts and procedural history. d. The proposed JCMP need not address paragraphs 4, 5, 6, or 9 of the form. The court anticipates that, if the matters addressed by these paragraphs are relevant, appropriate motions will be filed to bring such matters to the court’s attention. 3. Filing. a. The proposed JCMP shall be filed no later than ten (10) days after the Answer is filed. b. To file the proposed JCMP, the parties shall use the event entitled “Proposed Joint Case Management Plan,” listed under “Administrative Appeal Documents,” in the court’s case management and electronic case filing system (CM/ECF). c. The proposed JCMP shall include the signatures of counsel and any pro se party and provide for the approval of the court, as specified in the required form of order specified in paragraph 1 above. d. Concurrent with the filing of the proposed JCMP on CM/ECF, the parties shall provide a Microsoft Word editable version of the proposed JCMP to chambers at 3 THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED that the parties shall filed a proposed JCMP consistent with these instructions. Dated: October 29, 2015 BY THE COURT: /s/ Wiley Y. Daniel WILEY Y. DANIEL, SENIOR UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 4

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