Srygley v. Crystal Employment Services et al
ORDER granting 28 defendants' joint Motion to extend scheduling orderand denying as moot 29 defendants' joint Motion for Protective Order. Signed by District Judge George Caram Steeh. (MBea)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
CASE NO. 16-CV-10346
HON. GEORGE CARAM STEEH
SERVICES et al.,
ORDER GRANTING DEFENDANTS’ JOINT MOTION
TO EXTEND SCHEDULING ORDER (Doc. 28) and
DENYING DEFENDANTS’ JOINT MOTION
FOR PROTECTIVE ORDER AS MOOT (Doc. 29)
This is a disability discrimination case brought under the Americans
with Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. § 12101 et seq., and the analogous
Michigan law, the Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act, Mich. Comp.
Laws § 37.1101 et seq. Now before the court are defendants’ joint motion
to extend the scheduling order and defendants’ joint motion for a protective
order to prevent certain depositions from taking place prior to 2017.
Plaintiff opposes any delay in the litigation based in part on his desire to
complete discovery prior to the settlement conference which had been
scheduled before the Magistrate Judge on January 4, 2017. That
settlement conference has now been reset for March 2, 2017. Based on
the parties’ difficulties in completing discovery on time, and given the new
date for the settlement conference, defendants’ joint motion to extend the
scheduling order (Doc. 28) is GRANTED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
the witness list deadline is February 15, 2017; the discovery deadline is
February 28, 2017, and the dispositive motion deadline is April 15, 2017.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that defendants’ joint motion for a
protective order (Doc. 29) is DENIED AS MOOT.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: January 17, 2017
s/George Caram Steeh
GEORGE CARAM STEEH
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
Copies of this Order were served upon attorneys of record on
January 17, 2017, by electronic and/or ordinary mail.
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