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Sierra Trail Dogs Motorcycle and Recreation Club v. United States Forest Service

United States District Court, D. Nevada

May 20, 2019

SIERRA TRAIL DOGS MOTORCYCLE AND RECREATION CLUB; PINE NUT MOUNTAINS TRAIL ASSOCIATION; AMERICAN MOTORCYCLIST ASSOCIATION, DISTRICT 36; CALIFORNIA FOUR WHEEL DRIVE ASSOCIATION; and THE BLUE RIBBON COALITION, Plaintiffs,
v.
UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE; HUMBOLDT TOIYABE NATIONAL FOREST; WILLIAM "BILL" DUNKELBERGER, Forest Supervisor, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest Federal Defendants, and AMERICAN BIRD CONSERVANCY, CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY, WESTERN WATERSHEDS PROJECT, WILDEARTH GUARDIANS, Proposed Intervenor-Defendants

          JEAN E. WILLIAMS Deputy Assistant Attorney General Environment & Natural Resources Division

          SHAUN M. PETTIGREW Trial Attorney Natural Resources Section Counsel for Federal Defendants

          MSBT LAW, CHTD., PAUL A. TURCKE, ESQ. ERICKSON, THORPE & SWAINSTON, LTD., JOHN C. BOYDEN, ESQ. Attorneys for Plaintiffs

          ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CLINIC Mills Legal Clinic at Stanford Law School

          DEBORAH A. SIVAS Counsel for Proposed Intervenor-Defendants

          JOINT PROPOSED BRIEFING SCHEDULE

         The parties hereby agree that the above-captioned action is an action for review on an administrative record that can be resolved by cross motions for summary judgment. Accordingly, the parties request an order establishing the following briefing schedule under Local Rule 16-1(c):

         Administrative Record:

         A. Federal Defendants shall lodge the Administrative Record on or before June 6, 2019.

         B. Plaintiffs and Proposed Intervenor-Defendants shall notify Federal Defendants of any objections to the Administrative Record on or before July 12, 2019.

         C. If objections to the Administrative Record are not resolved, the objecting party shall file any motion challenging the Administrative Record on or before August 9, 2019.

         D. If the objecting party files a motion challenging the Administrative Record, then District of Nevada Local Rule 7-2(b) will apply, and Federal Defendants' response is due within 14 days of the filing of the motion, and the movant's reply due within 7 days of the filing of the response.

         Cross Motions for Summary Judgment

         A. Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment and Opening Brief ...


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