Ditech Financal LLC et al v. Resources Group LLC
ORDER. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that 26 the motion to lift stay is GRANTED IN PART, in that THE STAY IS LIFTED. Defendants Answer due 11/30/18 re 8 Amended Complaint. Discovery Plan/Scheduling Order due 11/30/18. Signed by Judge Jennifer A. Dorsey on 10/15/2018. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - ADR)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEVADA
3 Ditech Financial LLC; Federal National
Resources Group, LLC, as Trustee of the
7 Reber Dr. Trust.,
Case No.: 2:17-cv-01823-JAD-CWH
Order Lifting Stay
[ECF No. 26]
Good cause appearing, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the motion to lift stay [ECF No.
11 26] is GRANTED IN PART, in that THE STAY IS LIFTED, but some of the other details and
12 deadlines requested by the motion are denied or revised. Instead, IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
13 that the parties have the following deadlines and obligations to move this case forward:
14 Meet & Confer:
The parties have until November 16, 2018, to meet and confer as defined by Local
16 Rule IA 1-3(f) regarding (1) a proposed scheduling order as contemplated by Local Rule 26-1,
17 (2) what discovery needs to be conducted, (3) what viable claims and defenses remain in the case
18 in light of recent decisions from the Supreme Court of Nevada, and (4) the issues that the parties
19 intend to raise in any dispositive motion that the parties anticipate filing within the next 90 days.
20 A party representative must attend the meet and confer, either in person or by telephone.
21 Requests to be excused from any aspect of this meet-and-confer requirement will be denied
22 absent extraordinary circumstances.
1 Response to the Complaint:
The defendants have until November 30, 2018, to answer or otherwise respond to the
3 amended complaint.1 If the response is a motion, it must comply with the certificate requirement
5 Stipulated Discovery Plan and Scheduling Order:
The parties must file their Stipulated Discovery Plan and Scheduling Order in compliance
7 with Local Rule 26-1 by November 30, 2018.
8 Certificate Required with Dispositive Motions:
Any dispositive motion filed within the next 90 days must be accompanied by a
10 declaration by the movant’s counsel that sets forth the details of the meet-and-confer in
11 compliance with Local Rule IA 1-3(f)(2) and certifies that, despite good-faith efforts, the issues
12 raised in the motion could not be resolved. The court may summarily deny any motion that fails
13 to comply with this requirement.
Dated: October 15, 2018
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ct Judge Jennifer A. D
U.S. District Judge Jennifer A. Dorsey
ECF No. 8.
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