First American Property & Casualty Insurance Company v. Broan-NuTone LLC
ORDER granting Parties' 25 Stipulated Motion to Continue Trial Date. The Clerk is authorized to issue a minute order setting a new trial date at the end of the court's trial calendar, along with new dates for all unexpired pretrial deadlines. Signed by Judge James L. Robart.(SR)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
FIRST AMERICAN PROPERTY &
STIPULATED MOTION TO
CONTINUE TRIAL DATE
CASE NO. C20-0199JLR
Before the court is the parties’ joint stipulated motion requesting a new trial date
and extension of pretrial case deadlines. (Mot. (Dkt. # 25).) The parties previously
requested an extension of pretrial case deadlines. (4/9/21 Mot. (Dkt. # 23).) The court
denied that request but indicated that the court would consider moving the parties’ trial
date to the end of the court’s trial calendar if they so requested. (4/12/21 Order (Dkt.
# 24) (noting that court is currently scheduling trials in winter of 2022-23).) The parties
now request a trial date at the end of the court’s calendar. (Mot. at 1.) They submit that
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there is good cause for delay because they intend to mediate and believe that “the
likelihood of a mediated settlement is increased if in the interim the parties can avoid
additional attorneys and expert fees.” (Id. at 2.)
The court GRANTS the parties’ stipulated motion to extend the trial date (Dkt.
# 25). The Clerk is authorized to issue a minute order setting a new trial date at the end
of the court’s trial calendar, along with new dates for all unexpired pretrial deadlines.
Dated this 26th day of April, 2021.
JAMES L. ROBART
United States District Judge
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