Thompson v. Avon Products, Inc. et al

Filing 44

ORDER by Magistrate Judge William P. Lynch. (mej)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO PATRICIA THOMPSON, Plaintiff, v. 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, Defendants. ORDER 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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