Douglas Dynamics, LLC v. Buyers Products Company

Filing 320

ORDER setting trial deadlines re: expert background/experience statements, deposition summaries and exhibits. Signed by District Judge William M. Conley on 9/29/2010. (llj)

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Douglas Dynamics, LLC v. Buyers Products Company Doc. 320 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN DOUGLAS DYNAMICS, LLC, Plaintiff, v. BUYERS PRODUCTS COMPANY, Defendant. ORDER 09-cv-261-wmc O n or before noon on Wednesday, October 6th, the parties shall provide opposing counsel an d the court: (a) A short, written narrative statement of each expert's background and experience. These statements will be read to the jury and no proof will be received on the m atters covered unless an objection to the narrative statement is filed. A list of portions of depositions, to be offered at trial, by page and line references fo r witnesses unavailable at trial. Extensive reading from depositions is strongly d isco uraged . Toward that end, the proponent of a deposition may -- though is not req uired -- to prepare a written narrative summary of some or all deposition tran scrip ts the party intends to offer into evidence, with annotated page and line references in parenthesis after each sentence, in lieu of part or all of the narrative of questions and answers. (b) C ou nsel are also directed to consult and reach resolution on the admissibility of exhibits. E ach side shall then file copies of any contested exhibits with the court by 4:30 p.m. on W ednesday, October 6th. OR DER IT IS ORDERED that the parties shall file expert qualifications in narrative form, citations t o deposition transcripts expected to be offered at trial and copies of contested exhibits in accorda nce with the requirements explained above. E n tered this 29t h day of September, 2010. B Y THE COURT: /s/ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ W IL L IA M M. CONLEY D istrict Judge

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