Chartkoff v. American Electric Power et al
PRELIMINARY PRETRIAL ORDER: The parties are granted leave to file the Administrative Record under seal. Simultaneous Cross-Motions on the administrative record must be filed on or before JUNE 30, 2017. Simultaneous Cross-Memoranda in Opposition must be filed on or before JULY 31, 2017.Signed by Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Preston Deavers on 4/20/2017. (jlk)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO
JOHN R. CHARTKOFF,
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER,
Civil Action 2:16-cv-1186
Chief Judge Edmund A. Sargus, Jr.
Chief Magistrate Judge
Elizabeth P. Deavers
PRELIMINARY PRETRIAL ORDER
The Court conducted a continued preliminary pretrial conference on April 19, 2017. All parties
were represented by counsel.
Rule 26(a)(1) Initial Disclosures and Filing of Administrative Record
The parties are exempt from initial disclosures under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure
26(a)(1)(B). Defendant has already produced the administrative record to Plaintiff. Defendant will file
the Administrative Record with the Court no later than the date upon which Cross-Motions for
Judgment on the Administrative Record are due.
The parties are granted leave to file the
Administrative Record with the Court under seal.
Motions for Judgment on the Administrative Record
Simultaneous Cross-Motions on the administrative record must be filed on or before JUNE 30,
2017. Simultaneous Cross-Memoranda in Opposition must be filed on or before JULY 31, 2017. No
Reply memoranda will be permitted except upon further leave of the Court.
If the foregoing does not accurately reflect the matters considered and the agreements reached
at the conference, counsel will please immediately make their objections in writing.
If any date set in this Order falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, the date of the next
business day will control.
DATE: April 20, 2017
/s/ Elizabeth A. Preston Deavers
ELIZABETH A. PRESTON DEAVERS
CHIEF UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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