Johnson v. Lopez et al

Filing 52

ORDER Granting Defendants' 50 Motion for Clarification. Discovery due by 5/19/2017. Motions due by 6/19/2017. Proposed Joint Pretrial Order due by 7/19/2017. Signed by Judge Jennifer A. Dorsey on 4/5/2017. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - SLD)

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1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 2 DISTRICT OF NEVADA 3 4 Lausteveion Johnson, 5 2:15-cv-00884-JAD-NJK Plaintiff Order Granting Motion for Clarification 6 v. 7 Northern Nevada Correctional Center, et al., 8 [ECF No. 50] Defendants 9 10 Nevada state-prison inmate Lausteveion Johnson sues the Nevada Department of Corrections 11 (NDOC) and several prison officials and employees for a myriad of civil-rights violations. On 12 March 31, 2017, I granted Johnson’s motion for leave to file a second-amended complaint.1 In 13 granting the motion, I indicated that discovery had already closed, and I extended the dispositive- 14 motion deadline contained in the court’s initial scheduling order by 30 days. Defendants seek 15 clarification of that order, pointing out that the magistrate judge granted their motion to extend 16 discovery shortly before I granted Johnson’s motion for leave to amend, and that the dispositive 17 deadlines given in my order conflict with the extended scheduling order.2 Accordingly, 18 IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that defendants’ motion for clarification [ECF No. 50] is 19 GRANTED. The magistrate judge’s order granting the motion to extend discovery deadlines [ECF 20 No. 44] is the operative scheduling order. Discovery is due by May 19, 2017, the dispositive 21 motion deadline is June 19, 2017, and the proposed joint pretrial order is due by July 19, 2017. Dated this 5th day of April, 2017. 22 23 _________________________________ ____ _______ __ ____ __ __ __ _______ ___ _ __ ___ Jennifer A. Dorsey Jennifer A Dorsey n y United States District Judge ed States District Judg d t trict 24 25 26 27 28 1 ECF No. 47. 2 ECF No. 50.

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