Wilkins v. Byrne et al
ORDER denying 19 Plaintiff's Motion for Scheduling Order. Signed by Magistrate Judge William G. Cobb on 5/8/2017. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - HJ)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEVADA
BRYNE, et al.,
MINUTES OF THE COURT
May 8, 2017
PRESENT: THE HONORABLE WILLIAM G. COBB, U.S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE
KATIE LYNN OGDEN REPORTER: NONE APPEARING
COUNSEL FOR PLAINTIFF(S): NONE APPEARING
COUNSEL FOR DEFENDANT(S): NONE APPEARING
MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS:
Before the Court is Plaintiff’s Motion for a Scheduling Order (ECF No. 19). Plaintiff requests
that a Scheduling Order be issued setting the course of the proceedings.
Pursuant to the Court’s Order of May 1, 2017 (ECF No. 18), the Defendants have twenty-one
(21) days from the date of that order in which to file a notice advising the Court and Plaintiff of: (a)
the names of the Defendants for whom it accepts service; (b) the names of the Defendants for whom
it does not accept service, and (c) the names of the Defendants for whom it is filing the last-knownaddress information under seal. (ECF No. 18 at 2.) If the Attorney General accepts service of
process for any names Defendant(s), such Defendant(s) shall file and serve an answer or other
response to the complaint within sixty (60) days. (ECF No. 18 at 3.) The Court will not enter a
Scheduling Order at this time as Plaintiff’s request is premature.
Plaintiff’s Motion for a Scheduling Order (ECF No. 19) is DENIED.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
DEBRA K. KEMPI, CLERK
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