United States District Court, D. Nevada
CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER
HONORABLE WILLIAM G. COBB, U.S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE.
ORDER IN CHAMBERS:
to Fed.R.Civ.P. 16 and Local Rule (“LR”)16-2, the
Court believes that a Rule 16 case management conference in
this matter will assist the parties, counsel and the Court.
Therefore, a case management conference is set for
Wednesday, January 17, 2018, at 10:00 a.m.
in Reno Courtroom 2 before United States Magistrate Judge
William G. Cobb. Counsel wishing to appear telephonically
shall dial 1-877-873-8017, enter the access
code 3416460, and enter the security code
11718 approximately five (5) minutes prior
to the hearing.
preparation for this case management conference, it is hereby
ordered as follows:
Case Management Report
parties shall jointly file the case management report with
the Clerk of the Court not less than seven (7) court
days before the case management conference. It is
Plaintiff's responsibility to initiate and prepare the
joint case management report, and it is Defendants'
responsibility to assist in preparation of the case
management report. If the parties cannot agree on the subject
matters of the case management report, a statement of each
party's position on the disputed topic shall be provided;
separate reports shall not be filed.
proposed case management report shall address the following
information in separately numbered paragraphs:
1. A short statement of the nature of the case (three pages
or less), including a description of each claim or defense;
2. A description of the principal factual and legal disputes
in the case;
3. The jurisdictional basis for the case, citing specific
4. Identification of any parties who have not been served and
an explanation why they have not been served; and any parties
which have been served but have not answered or otherwise
5. A statement whether any party expects to add additional
parties to the case or otherwise amend the pleadings (the
Court will set a deadline to join parties or amend pleadings
at the case management conference);
6. Whether there are any pending motions that may affect the
parties' abilities to comply with a case management
order, including a brief description of those motions;
7. A list of contemplated motions, if any, and an overview
statement of issues to be ...