AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, INC. et al v. PUBLIC.RESOURCE.ORG, INC.
SCHEDULING ORDER: Upon consideration of the parties' Joint Meet and Confer Statement #20 , it is hereby ORDERED that the parties shall abide by the schedule in the attached Order. The deadline for the close of all discovery is July 13, 2015. A Post Discovery Status Conference is set for July 15, 2015 at 2:00 PM in Courtroom 27A before Judge Christopher R. Cooper. Signed by Judge Christopher R. Cooper on 10/16/2014. (lccrc2, )
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, INC., et al,
Case No. 1:14-cv-00857 (CRC)
Upon consideration of the parties’ Joint Meet and Confer Statement [Dkt. No. 20], it is
hereby ORDERED that:
1. Discovery in this case shall proceed according to the following schedule:
Motion to Join Additional Parties or
Amend the Pleadings
On or before November 14, 2014
On or before November 14, 2014
Close of Fact Discovery
On or before March 16, 2015
Opening Expert Disclosures
On or before April 15, 2015
Rebuttal Expert Disclosures
On or before May 15, 2015
Replies to Rebuttal Disclosures
On or before May 29, 2015
Final Replies to Expert Disclosures
On or before June 12, 2015
Close of Discovery
On or before July 13, 2015
July 15, 2015 at 2:00 PM
2. Absent agreement of the parties or Order of the Court, the parties shall be limited to no
more than ten (10) depositions, no more than twenty-five (25) interrogatories, and no
more than twenty-five (25) requests for admission per side.
3. No discovery motions may be filed without leave of the Court. In the event that a
discovery dispute arises, the parties shall make a good faith effort to resolve or narrow
the areas of disagreement. If the parties are unable to resolve the discovery dispute, the
parties shall jointly call the Courtroom Deputy Clerk, Ms. Terri Robinson, (202) 3543179, to arrange for a telephone conference with the Court. At least twenty four (24)
hours before the scheduled teleconference, the parties shall file with the Court a brief
Joint Notice of Discovery Dispute summarizing the parties’ respective positions. The
Court will either rule on the issue at the conclusion of the telephone conference or
determine the manner in which it will be handled.
4. Parties may not extend deadlines by stipulation. Parties must seek extensions by
motion. Consent motions are generally looked upon with favor by the Court.
5. The parties are directed to Local Civil Rule 7(h) regarding the requirements for motions
for summary judgment and oppositions. Parties shall provide courtesy copies of any
document constituting, supporting, or opposing a dispositive motion if said document,
together with its exhibits, attachments, declarations, and affidavits, is over one hundred
CHRISTOPHER R. COOPER
United States District Judge
October 16, 2014
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