Schoolcraft v. The City Of New York et al
ORDER: ( Motions due by 1/30/2013., Fact Discovery due by 1/12/2013., Final Pretrial Conference set for 1/30/2013 at 04:30 PM before Judge Robert W. Sweet., Proposed Pretrial Order due by 1/30/2013.) (Signed by Judge Robert W. Sweet on 9/18/2012) (lmb)
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
Sweet, D. J "
The parties to this action, by their attorneys, having appeared before this Court
at a pretrial conference on
3uIsjant t j R~ of the
Federal Rules of Civil Proc-edure, pursuant to ~/2..e~r-:
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that!
All motions are to be made returnable at l2:00 noon on Wednesday and in
compl iance wi th the rules of this Court.
The parties shall complete all fact discovery by
expert discovery by
report (s) 0
t e party wi th the
burden of proof shal
opposing party's expert (s).
parties shall file all motions, other than motions in limine,
this date (or
whichever is later), after which no discovery will be conducted
no motion will
be entertained without a showing of special circumstances.
submit a draft of the pretrial order to the defendant (5) on or before the completion
The parties are advised that this Court is participating in a Pilot
Program for initial discovery protocols for employment cases alleging adverse
ies shall, in order to prevent delay or interruption of the trlal,
witnesses at all times during the trial and shall perpetuate before
trial the direct and cross-examination testimony of any essential witness.
The parties shall submit to the court trial briefs, a joint proposed pretrial
order, and, if applic ble, m tions in limine and proposed jury charges, voir dire
requests and specifl
arm in accordance with the annexed form and
A final pretrial conference will be held at
on that date an
ction shall be added to the trial calendar published
New York Law Journal.
Prior to submission of the final pretrial order,
are directed to
offers of settlement.
The parties are
directed to be ready for trial the
after the pretrial order is due and, upon
receipt of twenty-four hour telephone notice, on any day thereafter.
l'.d"journments of the dates set forth above w'ill not be
good cause and upon written appllcati::m made as soon as the grounds for such
application are known.
Fallure to comply with any of the provisions of this order will result in
dismissal of the action, entry of a default judgment, or other
It is so ordered.
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