Young v. State of Washington Department of Corrections et al

Filing 8

DISCOVERY DEADLINES, signed by Magistrate Judge David W. Christel. FRCP 26f Conference Deadline is 10/23/2017; Initial Disclosure Deadline is 11/6/2017; and Discovery Plan due by 11/13/2017. (CMG)

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1 2 3 4 5 6 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON AT TACOMA 7 8 9 COREY D YOUNG, Plaintiff, 10 11 12 13 14 CASE NO. 3:17-CV-05572-RBL-DWC DISCOVERY DEADLINES v. STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, a governmental entity, KATHRYN D. KALLENBACH, and JOHN DOE KALLENBACH, a marital community, Defendants. 15 16 The Court establishes the following discovery deadlines: 17 (1) FRCP 26(f) Conference: The deadline for the parties’ FRCP 26(f) conference is 18 October 23, 2017. This conference shall be by direct and personal communication, whether that 19 be a face−to−face meeting or a telephonic conference. 20 (2) Initial Disclosures: The initial disclosure deadline is November 6, 2017. 21 (3) Discovery Plan: Counsel and any pro se parties are directed to confer and provide 22 the Court with a Discovery Plan by November 13, 2017. The Discovery Plan must contain the 23 DISCOVERY DEADLINES - 1 1 following information relating to the parties’ views and proposals on all items in Fed. R. Civ. P. 2 26(f)(3), which includes the following topics: 3 a) initial disclosures; 4 b) subjects, timing, and potential phasing of discovery; 5 c) electronically stored information; 6 d) privilege issues; 7 e) proposed limitations on discovery; 8 f) the need for any discovery related orders; 9 g) the date by which discovery can be completed; and 10 h) whether any party wishes a scheduling conference before the Court enters a scheduling order in the case. 11 (4) The Clerk of Court is directed to send a copy of this Order to counsel for the 12 parties. 13 Dated this 2nd day of October, 2017. 14 15 A 16 David W. Christel United States Magistrate Judge 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 DISCOVERY DEADLINES - 2

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