Kunack v. The Boeing Company

Filing 38

MINUTE ORDER CONTINUING TRIAL DATE AND RELATED DEADLINES. Length of Trial: 3-5 days; Jury Trial is CONTINUED to 1/21/2020. Motions related to expert witnesses due by 10/3/2019, Discovery completed by 8/30/2019, Dispositive motions due by 9/26/2019, Motion to amend complaint filing deadline is 5/31/2019, Motions in Limine due by 11/21/2019, Pretrial Order due by 1/3/2020, Pretrial Conference set for 1/10/2020 at 0:30 PM. Trial Briefs/Proposed voir dire/jury instructions due by 1/3/2020. Authorized by Judge Thomas S. Zilly. (SWT)

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1 2 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON AT SEATTLE 3 4 KELLY KUNACK, 5 Plaintiff, 6 C18-214 TSZ v. 7 MINUTE ORDER THE BOEING COMPANY, 8 Defendant. 9 The following Minute Order is made by direction of the Court, the Honorable 10 Thomas S. Zilly, United States District Judge: 11 (1) Having considered plaintiff’s request for extension of the trial date and related deadlines, and the arguments of counsel at the status hearing held on May 29, 12 2019, the Court continues the trial date and related deadlines as indicated: 13 JURY TRIAL DATE (3-5 days) January 21, 2020 Motion to amend complaint filing deadline May 31, 2019 Discovery completion deadline August 30, 2019 Dispositive motions filing deadline September 26, 2019 18 Motions related to expert witnesses (e.g., Daubert motion) deadline October 3, 2019 19 Motions in limine filing deadline November 21, 2019 20 Agreed pretrial order due 1 January 3, 2020 14 15 16 17 21 22 1 The Agreed pretrial order shall be filed in CM/ECF and shall also be attached as a Word compatible file to an Internet e-mail sent to the following e-mail address: 23 ZillyOrders@wawd.uscourts.gov. MINUTE ORDER - 1 1 Trial briefs, proposed voir dire questions, and jury instructions due January 3, 2020 Pretrial Conference January 10, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. 2 3 Notwithstanding Local Civil Rule 16.1, the exhibit list shall be prepared in table 4 format with the following columns: “Exhibit Number,” “Description,” “Admissibility Stipulated,” “Authenticity Stipulated/Admissibility Disputed,” “Authenticity Disputed,” 5 and “Admitted.” The latter column is for the Clerk’s convenience and shall remain blank, but the parties shall indicate the status of an exhibit’s authenticity and 6 admissibility by placing an “X” in the appropriate column. Duplicate documents shall not be listed twice: once a party has identified an exhibit in the pretrial order, any party 7 may use it. 8 9 10 11 12 13 The original and one copy of the trial exhibits are to be delivered to the courtroom at a time coordinated with Gail Glass, who can be reached at 206-370-8522, no later than the Friday before trial. Each set of exhibits shall be submitted in a three-ring binder with appropriately numbered tabs. Each exhibit shall be clearly marked. Plaintiff’s exhibits shall be numbered consecutively beginning with 1; defendant’s exhibits shall be numbered consecutively beginning with the next multiple of 100 after plaintiff’s last exhibit; any other party’s exhibits shall be numbered consecutively beginning with the next multiple of 100 after defendant’s last exhibit. For example, if plaintiff’s last exhibit is numbered 159, then defendant’s exhibits shall begin with the number 200; if defendant’s last exhibit number is 321, then any other party’s exhibits shall begin with the number 400. All other terms and conditions, and all dates and deadlines not inconsistent herewith, contained in the Minute Order Setting Trial Date and Related Dates, docket 15 no. 18 , shall remain in full force and effect. 14 16 17 (2) record. The Clerk is directed to send a copy of this Minute Order to all counsel of Dated this 30th day of May, 2019. 18 William M. McCool Clerk 19 20 s/Karen Dews Deputy Clerk 21 22 23 MINUTE ORDER - 2

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