Thompson v. Avon Products, Inc. et al
ORDER by Magistrate Judge William P. Lynch. (mej)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO
CV 16-924 KBM/WPL
AVON PRODUCTS, INC.;
TRAVELERS PROPERTY CASUALTY
COMPANY OF AMERICA;
GELCO CORPORATION d/b/a GE CAPITAL
FLEET SERVICES; and yet-to-be identified
Business Entity(ies) and/or Individuals,
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 16(b)(2) requires me to enter a scheduling order within
90 days after any defendant has been served with the complaint or within 60 days after any
defendant has appeared, unless I find good cause for delay. In this case, there is a pending
dispositive motion that would, if granted, resolve all or substantially all of the case and would
significantly narrow the scope of necessary discovery. (Doc. 32.) I held a Status Conference with
the parties on June 12, 2017. Under the circumstances, and after discussion with the parties, I
find that the pending dispositive motion constitutes good cause to delay entry of a scheduling
order. I will enter an Initial Scheduling Order upon resolution of the dispositive motion. The
parties may contact my chambers should circumstances change.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
William P. Lynch
United States Magistrate Judge
A true copy of this order was served
on the date of entry--via mail or electronic
means--to counsel of record and any pro se
party as they are shown on the Court’s docket.
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