Casteel v. Aranas
ORDER SETTING MANDATORY TELEPHONIC CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE: The telephonic case management conference currently set before this Court on November 23, 2020 at 10:00 AM is VACATED and RESCHEDULED to 12/28/2020 at 09:00 AM in Reno Cour troom 1 before Magistrate Judge Carla Baldwin. The parties are advised that the Court will discuss the plaintiff's motion to exclude Attorney General's Office from case because of HIPPA violation 23 . The Attorney General's Office is directed to make the necessary arrangements for the plaintiff's telephonic appearance and shall provide the deputy court clerk of the telephone number at which the plaintiff can be reached for this hearing. The Deputy Attorney General shall dia l 877-336-1829 at least five (5) minutes prior to the hearing to be properly connected into the courtroom. The access code is 2809752 and the security code is 20381. Each party shall file a case management statement by no later than Monday, December 21, 2020. See the attached order for specifications. Signed by Magistrate Judge Carla Baldwin on 11/20/2020. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - LGM)
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEVADA
Case No. 3:20-CV-0381-GMN-CLB
ORDER SETTING MANDATORY
TELEPHONIC CASE MANAGEMENT
ROMEO ARANAS, et al.,
The telephonic case management conference currently set before this Court on
12 November 23, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. is VACATED and RESCHEDULED to Monday,
13 December 28, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. The parties are advised that the Court will discuss
14 the plaintiff’s motion to exclude Attorney General’s Office from case because of HIPPA
15 violation (ECF No. 23).
The Court has now screened Plaintiff's complaint pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §
17 1915A(a) and ordered the case to proceed. In order to ensure the just, speedy, and
18 cost-effective resolution of this action, the Court orders the parties attend a mandatory
19 telephonic case management conference as described more fully below.
Following the mandatory telephonic case management conference, the Court will
21 issue a full scheduling order, setting out additional dates related to discovery and the
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1 litigation. No discovery may proceed until the Court enters a full scheduling order
2 following the mandatory telephonic scheduling conference.
MANDATORY TELEPHONIC CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
A mandatory telephonic case management conference will be held on Monday,
5 December 28, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. The Attorney General’s Office is directed to make the
6 necessary arrangements for the plaintiff’s telephonic appearance and shall provide the
7 deputy court clerk of the telephone number at which the plaintiff can be reached for this
8 hearing. The Deputy Attorney General shall dial 877-336-1829 at least five (5) minutes
9 prior to the hearing to be properly connected into the courtroom. The access code is
10 2809752 and the security code is 20381. The parties should be available for one hour,
11 although the case management conference will likely take less time. The parties shall
12 be prepared to informally discuss the following issues:
A brief statement of the parties' claims and/or defenses;
The location of potentially relevant documents;
Discovery each party intends to take, if any, in addition to the discovery
16 ordered above;
A timeline for the scheduling of discovery;
Any options or methods for the streamlining discovery;
Whether any party intends to challenge the issue of exhaustion;
Whether any party intends to use expert witnesses;
Whether each party would consent to magistrate judge jurisdiction; and,
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Any immediate or ongoing issues or requests for injunctive relief regarding
2 current incarceration that could require the court's immediate attention.
CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE STATEMENTS
At least one-week in advance of the case management conference, each party
shall file a case management conference statement. The statement must address the
issues listed above, as well as any other issues that the parties believe would assist in
the scheduling of the case. The statement should include the date that initial disclosures
were served and any deficiencies in either party's disclosures. The statement must not
exceed five (5) pages in length and no exhibits or attachments should be included.
Following the case management conference, the Court will issue a Scheduling
Order and Discovery Plan with the benefit of the input of the parties. Once issued, the
dates in the Scheduling Order and Discovery Plan shall be firm and no extension shall
be given without permission from the Court based on good cause shown.
DATED: November 20, 2020.
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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