Pappas v. Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company

Filing 14

ORDER granted 13 Joint MOTION to Amend/Correct 11 Erisa Case Management Order and Order to Conduct Mediation (ECF 12) filed by Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company. Joint Stipulation Deadline 6/20/2018, Mediation Due by 5/21/2018. Signed by Honorable Donald C Coggins, Jr on 3/8/2018. (abuc)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA GREENVILLE DIVISION Connie A. Pappas, Plaintiff, v. Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company, Defendant. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) C.A. No. 6:17-CV-03127-DCC ORDER This case comes before the Court on the parties’ Joint Motion to Amend Specialized Case Management Order (Dkt. 11) and to Amend Order to Conduct Mediation (Dkt. 12). The Court orders as follows: 1. Mediation shall be completed by May 21, 2018. 2. If the matter is not resolved by mediation, then by June 20, 2018, the parties shall file the Joint Stipulation as well as their cross-memoranda in support of judgment with respect to all benefits claims governed by ERISA. Each party shall have five days thereafter to file an optional reply. These memoranda should follow the form of Local Rule 7.05. All references in the memoranda shall be to the consecutively-numbered page of the attachments to the Joint Stipulation. In its discretion, the Court may order a hearing. Unless so ordered, the Court will decide the ERISA benefits issues upon the record before it without a hearing. Motions for summary judgment need not be filed. 1 The procedures set forth in this Order are intended to supersede and replace the requirements generally applicable under Rules 26(a), (d), and (f) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. This Order supersedes any earlier entered scheduling order. IT IS SO ORDERED. s/Donald C. Coggins, Jr. Donald C. Coggins, Jr. United States District Judge March 8, 2018 Spartanburg, South Carolina 33217923.1 2

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