Vega v. Solicitor General, Richmond County, State of Georgia et al

Filing 9

ORDER directing the parties to conduct a Rule 26(f) conference within 14 days of this Order and to file a joint 26f Report within 7 days of the date of the conference. Signed by Magistrate Judge Brian K. Epps on 06/30/2017. (Attachments: #1 Rule 26f Instruction Order Standard) (pts)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA AUGUSTA DIVISION LISA VEGA, ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) v. ) ) SOLICITOR GENERAL, RICHMOND ) COUNTY, STATE OF GEORGIA; ) KELLIE K. McINTYRE, in her individual ) and official capacity as Solicitor General; ) OMEEKA LOGGINS, in her individual ) and official capacity as Solicitor General; ) and JANE AND JOHN DOES, in their ) individual and official capacity for the ) Solicitor General’s Office, ) ) Defendants. ) _________ CV 117-053 ORDER _________ The above-captioned case was removed from the Superior Court of Richmond County, Georgia, to this Court on April 27, 2017, and Defendants filed a motion to dismiss the complaint on May 4, 2017. (Doc. nos. 1, 5.) Plaintiff filed a motion to remand and a motion to strike the motion to dismiss on May 19, 2017. (Doc. nos. 6, 7.) The deadline for the parties to confer as provided in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(f) and then submit a joint 26(f) Report as set forth in the Court’s prior Order has passed. (See doc. no. 3.) However, no Rule 26(f) Report has been filed. The pendency of the above-described motions before the presiding District Judge does not excuse the parties’ obligation to confer pursuant to Federal Rule 26. Accordingly, the Court ORDERS the parties to conduct a conference within fourteen days of the date of this Order, and to file a joint 26(f) Report within seven days of the date of the conference. The Court DIRECTS the CLERK to attach the standard “RULE 26(f) REPORT” to this Order. SO ORDERED this 30th day of June, 2017, at Augusta, Georgia. 2

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