United States District Court, D. Nevada
LOUIS A. CARDINALI, and all similarly situated individuals, Plaintiff,
EXPERIAN INFORMATION SOLUTIONS, INC., Defendant.
Matthew I. Knepper, Esq. Miles N. Clark, Esq. KNEPPER &
CLARK LLC HAINES & KRIEGER, LLC PAYNE LAW FIRM LLC Thomas
A. Zimmerman, Jr. Zimmerman Law Offices, P.C. Mohammed O.
Badwan SULAIMAN LAW GROUP, LTD. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Christopher A. Hall Adam W. Wiers JONES DAY Jennifer L.
Braster NAYLOR & BRASTER Attorneys for Defendant Experian
Information Solutions, Inc.
STIPULATION AND ORDER TO EXTEND DISCOVERY DEADLINES
to LR 6-1 and LR 26-4, Plaintiff Louis A. Cardinali
(“Plaintiff”) and Experian Information Solutions,
Inc. (“Experian”), by and through their
respective counsel of record, hereby stipulate and request
that this Court extend the case deadlines in the
above-captioned case sixty (60) days. In support of this
Stipulation, the parties state as follows:
DISCOVERY COMPLETED TO DATE
the active parties to this case are Plaintiff and Experian
Information Solutions, Inc. (“Experian”), and as
such, the recitation of discovery shall be with respect to
Plaintiff and Experian.
1. Plaintiff filed his initial complaint on 8/29/2016. ECF
2. Experian answered the complaint on 10/3/2016. ECF Dkt. 16.
3. The Court entered its initial scheduling order on
12/9/2016. ECF Dkt. 31.
4. Plaintiff moved for leave to amend his Complaint on
1/3/2017. ECF Dkt. 34.
5. The Court entered its protective order on 1/4/2017. ECF
6. The Court granted Plaintiff's motion for leave to
amend his complaint on 4/19/2017. ECF Dkt. 56 (minutes).
7. Plaintiff filed his First Amended Complaint on 4/19/2017.
ECF Dkt. 57.
8. Experian answered the First Amended Complaint on 4/28/17.
ECF Dkt. 58.
9. The Court granted the parties' stipulated Amended
Scheduling Order on ...