Doe v. Lenoir-Rhyne University
ORDER, that pursuant to Local Rule 16.1 counsel for the parties are required to conduct an Initial Attorney's Conference within 14 days of the joinder of the issues. As joinder of issues under this Court's standing order occurred on 3/23/2018, the Certificate of Initial Attorneys Conference is due by 4/13/2018. Signed by Chief Judge Frank D. Whitney on 4/11/2018. (nvc)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
DOCKET NO. 5:18-cv-00032-FDW-DSC
TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Local Rule 16.1 counsel for the parties are required to
conduct an Initial Attorney’s Conference within 14 days of the joinder of the issues. At the
conference, the parties are required to discuss the issue of consent to jurisdiction of a magistrate
judge in accordance with Local Rules 16.1(A) and 73.1(C). The Certificate of Initial Attorney’s
Conference, and if applicable, the Joint Stipulation of Consent to Exercise jurisdiction by a US
Magistrate Judge, should be filed within 7 days of the conference. If appropriate, a party may file
a Motion to Stay the Initial Attorney's Conference. As joinder of issues under this Court’s standing
order occurred on March 23, 2018, the Certificate of Initial Attorneys Conference is due by April
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Signed: April 11, 2018
The form for the Certificate of Initial Attorney’s Conference is available on the Court’s public website under Judges
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