Mahoney v. SL Financial Services Corporation et al
ORDER: Due to a change in the court's calendar, the evidentiary hearing on the plaintiff's motion for prejudgment remedy is RESCHEDULED to Thursday 6/14/2012 10:00 AM until 2:00 p.m. and continuing, if need be, Friday 6/15/2012 at 10:00 AM. The hearing will be in the East Courtroom, 450 Main St., Hartford, CT before Judge Donna F. Martinez. See attached order for instructions. Signed by Judge Donna F. Martinez on 4/27/12. (Constantine, A.)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT
PETER J. MAHONEY,
SL FINANCIAL SERVICES
GMBH, and LANDESBANK
AMENDED SCHEDULING ORDER
It is hereby ORDERED that:
A hearing on the petitioner's motion for prejudgment
remedy (doc. #14) shall be held on Thursday, June 14, 2012 at 10:00
a.m. until 2:00 p.m. and continue, if necessary, Friday, June 15,
2012 at 10 a.m.
Prior to June 1, 2012, counsel for the parties shall
confer in an attempt to arrive at stipulations of fact and to agree
By May June 1, 2012, each party shall file a memorandum
In addition to setting forth its version of the facts and
the legal argument in support of its position, each party shall
include in its memorandum a list of witnesses who will testify at
the hearing and a brief description of each witness's testimony.
For any expert witness, each party shall set forth the opinion
to be expressed, a brief summary of the basis of the opinion and a
list of the materials on which the witness intends to rely.
party objects to all or any part of the anticipated testimony of
any witness, lay or expert, the objection and its grounds shall be
addressed prior to the hearing.
stipulation of all facts not in dispute.
Also by June 1, 2012, each party shall file a list of
description of the exhibit shall be included.
The list shall
indicate whether the parties agree that the exhibit may be admitted
If there is an objection to an exhibit, the proponent
of the exhibit must set forth the basis for admissibility of the
exhibit and the opponent must set forth the basis of the objection.
Except for rebuttal and impeachment, exhibits not listed will not
be admissible without good cause shown.
Two courtesy copies of the exhibit list shall be provided to
the court and one copy shall be delivered to the courtroom deputy
Prior to the hearing, each party shall mark its exhibits
with exhibit stickers (which are available upon request from the
courtroom deputy clerk).
All exhibits shall be marked numerically
and say "Plaintiff" or "Defendant."
If there is more than one
plaintiff or defendant, the exhibits shall identify the party
offering the exhibit (e.g., Defendant Smith, Exhibit #1).
same exhibit is offered by more than one party, the parties shall
mark only one of the exhibit by placing their respective exhibit
stickers on the one exhibit (e.g., two exhibit stickers on one
document: Plaintiff Jones, Exhibit #2; Defendant Smith Exhibit #5).
Each party shall prepare two courtesy copies of its documentary
exhibits for the court's use during the hearing.
copies shall be arranged in order in a notebook with tabs bearing
the exhibit number.
Counsel shall retain the original set of
exhibits until the beginning of the hearing.
SO ORDERED at Hartford, Connecticut this 25th day of April,
Donna F. Martinez
United States Magistrate Judge
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