Heartland Recreational Vehicles LLC v. Forest River Inc
ORDER withdrawing 78 Motion for Summary Judgment. Dispositive motions to be filed by 6/10/2010. Signed by Magistrate Judge Christopher A Nuechterlein on 3/24/10. (smp)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA SOUTH BEND DIVISION HEARTLAND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, LLC. Plaintiff, v. FOREST RIVER INC., Defendant. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ORDER On March 24, 2010, this Court held an on-the-record, telephonic status conference with the parties to set new deadlines, consistent with the District Court's order, Doc. No. 91, and the parties' joint status report, Doc. No. 97. This order summaries the rulings made by this Court at the status conference. To begin, this Court concludes, and the parties agree, that the former issue regarding the quashing of Forest River's subpoenas, as addressed in this Court's order [Doc. No. 73], is no longer before this Court. However, this Court permits Forest River leave to file a new motion regarding its previously denied discovery request, should new facts or issues present themselves. Next, consistent with the deadlines proffered by the parties, this Court sets the deadline for completion of all discovery at May 25, 2010. Further, this Court sets the deadline for the parties' filing of supplemental expert reports, if needed, at May 15, 2010. This Court declines, however, to set a deadline for the filing of objections to expert reports. Finally, this Court now GRANTS Heartland's oral motion to withdraw its motion for summary judgment. Accordingly, the motion for summary judgment is WITHDRAWN, [Doc. No. 78], and the Clerk is INSTRUCTED to remove it from the docket. This Court sets the
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dispositive motion deadline at June 10, 2010. Heartland may refile its motion for summary judgment, so long as it is filed on or before June10, 2010. SO ORDERED. Dated this 24th Day of March, 2010. S/Christopher A. Nuechterlein Christopher A. Nuechterlein United States Magistrate Judge
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