Gugliuzza et al v. Jason Lyberger et al

Filing 129

ORDER AND NOTICE OF PRETRIAL PROCEEDINGS. (Pretrial Order due by 9/30/2024.) Signed by Chief District Judge R. Stan Baker on 7/3/2024. (gmh)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA SAVANNAH DIVISION MARK GUGLIUZZA, Plaintiff, CIVIL ACTION NO.: 4:21-cv-140 v. SWIFT TRANSPORTATION CO. OF ARIZONA, LLC; and JASON LYBERGER, Defendants. ORDER AND NOTICE OF PRETRIAL PROCEEDINGS The Court hereby ORDERS lead counsel for all parties in this case to prepare and file with the Clerk of this Court a joint consolidated proposed pretrial order using the Pretrial Order Form for use in Judge Baker’s cases located on the Court’s website at: 1 The proposed pretrial order shall be filed by the close of business on September 30, 2024. Counsel for the plaintiff(s) shall have the responsibility to initiate compliance herewith. A party’s failure to comply with the requirements hereof may result in dismissal of the complaint or answer or in other sanctions determined appropriate by the Court. If any party in this case is not represented by counsel, such party shall be obligated to comply with the requirements hereof in the same manner as counsel. 1 The parties must use this Form when filing their proposed Pretrial Order. The Form is a fillable Word document; when using this fillable Word document, the parties are reminded to follow the Court’s procedures for electronic filings, detailed in Section VI of the Rule 26 Instruction Order entered shortly after this case was filed in this Court. Specifically, counsel shall not print and then scan the proposed Pretrial Order before filing but instead directly convert the completed form into a text-searchable PDF for filing. A pretrial conference is scheduled for Wednesday, October 9, 2024, at 11:00 AM, at the Federal Courthouse, Courtroom 1, 8 Southern Oaks Court, Savannah, Georgia, before R. Stan Baker, United States District Judge. The pretrial conference will be conducted in person, and all attorneys participating in the trial of the case and all parties shall be physically present at the conference. 2 At the time of the pretrial conference, the Court will approve, disapprove, or direct amendment of the proposed pretrial order. Proposed pretrial orders which are not consolidated (proposed jointly) will not be accepted for filing without the written permission of the Court. SO ORDERED, this 3rd day of July, 2024. R. STAN BAKER, CHIEF JUDGE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA 2 To be clear, any individual party shall be personally present, and any party that is an entity shall be represented by someone other than counsel (such as an officer, director, or manager) who has full settlement authority for the party. 2

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