BRAGG v. LINDEN RESEARCH, INC. et al
AMENDED SCHEDULING ORDER: MOTIONS FOR LEAVE TO AMEND THE PLEADINGS AND ANY MOTIONS FOR LEAVE TO JOIN OTHER PARTIES SHALL BE FILED BY JULY 30, 2007. DISCOVERY DUE BY 11/16/2007. MOTIONS FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT ARE DUE 11/16/07 PLAINTIFF PRETRIAL MEMO DUE AND MOTIONS IN LIMINE ARE DUE BY 12/7/2007. DEFENDANT PRETRIAL MEMO AND MOTIONS IN LIMINE ARE DUE BY 12/7/2007. TRIAL POOL SET FOR 12/17/2007. SIGNED BY JUDGE EDUARDO C. ROBRENO ON 7/19/07. 7/20/07 ENTERED AND COPIES E-MAILED.(mac, )
BRAGG v. LINDEN RESEARCH, INC. et al
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA MARC BRAGG Plaintiff, v. LINDEN RESEARCH, INC. and PHILIP ROSEDALE Defendants. : : : : : : : : : : : CIVIL ACTION NO. 06-4925
SECOND SCHEDULING ORDER AND NOW, this 19th day of July, 2007, following an initial pretrial conference with counsel for the parties, and pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 16, Local Rule of Civil Procedure 16.1(b), and § 2:01 of the Civil Justice Expense and Delay Reduction Plan, it is hereby ORDERED that: 1. All attorneys appearing before Judge Robreno must be All official filings submitted to the Clerk All
registered on ECF.
of Court must be filed directly by the attorney on to ECF. orders, opinions, and other docket entries generated from chambers will likewise be filed directly on to ECF.
these chamber entries will be communicated to counsel by ECF only. 2. All parties shall complete their initial disclosures
pursuant to § 4:01 of the Civil Justice Expense and Delay Reduction Plan by July 30, 2007; 1
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Any motions for leave to amend the pleadings and any
motions for leave to join other parties shall be filed by July 30, 2007;1 4. Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(a)(2),
experts' identities and their reports (including any curricula vitae) shall be disclosed November 16, 2006; 5. 6. All discovery shall be completed November 16, 2006; Any motions for summary judgment shall be filed by Responses to any motions for summary judgment
November 16, 2006.
shall be filed within the time permitted under Local Rule of Civil Procedure 7.1(c); 7. Pretrial memoranda pursuant to Local Rule of Civil
Procedure 16.1(c); proposed voir dire questions, jury instructions,2 special interrogatories, and verdict forms for a jury trial (or proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law for a non-jury trial); and any motions in limine shall be filed
1. All requests for action by the Court shall be by motion, see Fed. R. Civ. P. 7(b), except for routine requests, which may be by letter to the Court with copies to all parties, indicating in such a letter whether the other parties consent to the request. A courtesy copy for Chambers of any motion or brief is welcomed. Reply briefs shall not be filed for motions of any nature without prior leave of Court. A copy of the proposed reply brief limited to the issues raised in the response shall be attached whenever leave is requested. 2. Each proposed jury instruction should be numbered, should appear on a separate page, and should include citations to the authorities supporting the proposed instruction. 2
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(with a copy of each also delivered to Chambers)3 by December 7, 2007; 8. 2007. The case shall be placed in the trial pool December 17, Once placed in the trial pool, a case may be called to
trial upon 24 hours' notice to counsel; 9. If agreeable to both parties, counsel for plaintiff
shall telephone Chambers to schedule a settlement conference with a Magistrate Judge; and 10. Plaintiff's counsel shall advise the Court promptly of
settlement of the case.
AND IT IS SO ORDERED. s/Eduardo C. Robreno EDUARDO C. ROBRENO, J.
3. When possible, a courtesy copy of proposed jury instructions (or proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law) should be submitted to Chambers on an IBM-compatible computer diskette, in addition to the hard courtesy copy. 3
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