Yates v. McCain
ORDER denying 19 Motion to Strike. Signed by Magistrate Judge Jane M. Virden on 4/12/18. (ncb)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DIVISION OF MISSISSIPPI
CIVIL ACTION NO.: 3:17-CV-00096-NBB-JMV
AUSTIN T. MCCAIN
ORDER ON DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO STRIKE
DESGINATION OF EXPERT WITNESSES
Consistent with the Court’s ruling from the bench during a telephonic hearing held April 11,
2018, it is, THEREFORE, ORDERED:
That Defendant’s motion to strike Plaintiff’s expert designations  is denied; though,
it is hereby noted that during the course of the hearing, Plaintiff withdrew her designation
of all the subject experts except Dennis McCoy, M.D., whose deposition has been
completed, rendering said motion moot with respect to the remaining experts.
2. That having determined that the designation of Dr. McCoy is inadequate, the deadline for
discovery is extended to 5/14/18—only for the purpose of allowing Defendant to conduct
a single additional doctor deposition and/or designate any rebuttal expert by the
discovery deadline— and the deadline for dispositive and Daubert motions is extended
until 5/30/18, so as to alleviate any prejudice attending Plaintiff’s inadequate designation
of Dr. McCoy.
This, the 12th day of April, 2018.
/s/ Jane M. Virden
U. S. Magistrate Judge
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