Gurrola v. General Motors, LLC
ORDER by Chief Magistrate Judge Carmen E. Garza granting in part 25 the parties' Motion to Extend Discovery Deadlines. Discovery due by 1/10/2022. Pretrial Motions due by 2/10/2022. Proposed Pretrial Order due to the Court by 4/8/2022. (crc)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO
No. CV 20-1305 MV/CG
GENERAL MOTORS, LLC,
ORDER GRANTING IN PART
JOINT MOTION TO EXTEND DISCOVERY DEADLINES
THIS MATTER is before the Court on the parties’ Joint Motion for Extension of
Existing Case Deadlines (the “Motion”), (Doc. 25), filed June 4, 2021. In the Motion, the
parties explain that they have diligently conducted discovery in this “complex” product
liability case, including “retain[ing] multiple experts[,]” “conduct[ing] at least three
different vehicle inspections [and] scene inspections,” and issuing requests for
Plaintiff’s medical records, but that “it is not feasible for the parties to meet the [Court’s
discovery] deadlines.” Id. at 2-3. As such, the parties request a 120-day extension of
certain dates and deadlines set forth in the Court’s Scheduling Order, (Doc. 21). (Doc.
25 at 3). The Court, having reviewed the Motion and noting it is filed jointly, finds the
Motion shall be GRANTED IN PART.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the Court’s Scheduling Order, (Doc. 21),
shall be modified as follows:
1. Discovery shall close on January 10, 2022;
2. Motions relating to discovery shall be filed with the Court and served on the
opposing party by January 31, 2022;
3. Pretrial motions, other than discovery motions, shall be filed with the Court and
served on the opposing party by February 10, 2022.
4. Plaintiff’s proposed Pretrial Order to Defendants due by March 25, 2022, and
Defendants proposed Pretrial Order due to the Court by April 8, 2022.
All other deadlines contained in the Court’s Scheduling Order, (Doc. 21), remain
in effect unless amended by further order of the Court.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
THE HONORABLE CARMEN E. GARZA
CHIEF UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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