McAfee v. Meritor, Inc. et al

Filing 106

SCHEDULING ORDER. Signed by Magistrate Judge Jane M. Virden on 3/30/20. (ncb)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI GREENVILLE DIVISION PRISCILLA MCAFEE vs. MERITOR, INC., et al. Civil Action No.: 4:18-cv-33-DMB-JMV JOHNNIE AND JERRY WILLIAMS vs. MERITOR, INC., et al. Civil Action No.: 4:18-cv-35-DMB-JMV CHARLIE MACK vs. MERITOR, INC., et al. Civil Action No.: 4:18-cv-42-DMB-JMV ORDER The Court, having considered the current status of these cases, finds the Case Management Order deadlines should be and are hereby amended and adopted as follows: Date 1. Event Deadline to depose all remaining plaintiffs and any witnesses identified during those depositions 2. Plaintiffs’ expert report deadline 9/14/20 3. Deadline to depose Plaintiffs’ experts 10/16/20 4. Defendants’ expert report deadline 12/11/20 5. Deadline to depose Defendants’ experts 1/26/21 6. Summary Judgment and Daubert-type Motions deadline 2/22/21 7. Oppositions to Summary Judgment and Daubert-type Motions deadline 3/29/21 8. Replies in support of Summary Judgment and Daubert-type Motions deadline 4/19/21 9. Pretrial Statement Due TBD 10. Final Pretrial TBD 11. Trial TBD 8/20/20 In each of these cases, only one motion for summary judgment may be filed by the Meritor Defendants (Meritor, Inc., Rockwell Automation, Inc., and The Boeing Company) and only one motion for summary judgment may be filed by the plaintiffs in each case. Each summary judgment motion filed may not exceed a total of 12 pages, excluding exhibits. For any summary judgment motion filed in each case, the original and reply memorandum briefs together may not exceed a total of 50 pages. Any opposition memorandum may not exceed 50 pages. SO ORDERED this 30th day of March, 2020. /s/ Jane M. Virden UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE 2

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