Swenson v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company

Filing 7

ORDER approving with amendments 6 Discovery Plan. Length of Trial 2 days. Case Track: Standard. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Landya B. McCafferty. Ready for Trial on 4/1/2014. Summary Judgment Motions due by 11/15/2013. Dispositive Motion Filing Deadline 5/31/2013. Discovery deadline 11/1/2013.(kad) Modified on 3/20/2013 to correct Ready for Trial date "2013" to "2014". (kad).

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE Scott J. Swenson v. Civil No. 13-cv-034-JL Deutsche Bank National Trust Company O R D E R On March 20, 2013, a preliminary pretrial conference was held in this case. Plaintiff did not appear; Attorney Joshua D. Shakun appeared for defendant. The court approves defendant’s Proposed Discovery Plan (document no. 6) with the following amendments: Electronic Discovery: the cost-shifting clause is deleted. Deadlines: the court adjusted several of the proposed deadlines as reflect in the chart below. Defendant concurred with respect to each of the amendments. The key deadlines in the discovery plan are summarized in the chart below. Scheduling Designation Deadline Completion of Discovery November 1, 2013 Experts and Experts' Written Reports Plaintiff: August 2, 2013 Defendant: September 15, 2013  Supplementation under Rule 26(e) Challenges to Expert Testimony Within 60 days of disclosure Joinder of Additional Parties Not later than 45 days before trial. Plaintiff: August 1, 2013 Defendant: August 30, 2013 Third-Party Actions August 17, 2013 Amendment of Pleadings May 6, 2013 Motions to Dismiss May 31, 2013 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings May 31, 2013 Motions for Summary Judgment November 15, 2013 Type of Trial Bench Trial Date Two-week period beginning April 1, 2014 __________________________ Landya B. McCafferty United States Magistrate Judge Date: March 20, 2013 cc: Scott J. Swenson, pro se Joshua D. Shakun, Esq.

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