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Leftenant v. Blackmon

United States District Court, D. Nevada

June 3, 2019

NATHAN LEFTENANT, ARNETT LEFTENANT, JERYL BRIGHT & GREGORY JOHNSON Plaintiffs,
v.
LAWRENCE “LARRY” BLACKMON, Defendant.

          DAVID LEE PHILLIPS, ESQ. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFS

          LESLIE MARK STOVALL, ESQ. STOVALL & ASSOCIATES, FREDERICK SAMUELS, ESQ. CAHN & SAMUELS, LLP ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT LAWRENCE BLACKMON

          MOTION TO CORRECT MOTION TO AMEND SCHEDULING ORDER & MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME

         MOTION TO CORRECT MOTION TO AMEND SCHEDULING ORDER & MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE REPLY BRIEF

         I. MOTION TO CORRECT MOTION TO AMEND SCHEDULING ORDER UPDATED FACTS

         On May 15, 2019, Plaintiffs Nathan Leftenant, Arnett Leftenant, Jeryl Bright and Gregory Johnson moved this Court to amend the Scheduling Order to allow 30 additional days for discovery in this matter. [ECF# 26] This Court has indicated that unless Defendant Blackmon filed an Opposition by May 24, 2019, that the Court would grant the Motion to Extend the Scheduling Order. [ECF# 27] Defendant Blackmon does not object to this Motion to extend the Scheduling Order and has communicated to Plaintiffs' counsel that he does not intent to file an opposition to this Motion. Given these events Plaintiffs propose that 30 days be added to the current discovery cut-off date, August 4, 2019, so that discovery ends on September 4, 2019.[1]

         Plaintiffs have now sent Defendant Blackmon requests for production of documents and interrogatories and have issued various subpoenas. No. depositions have taken place.

         PROPOSED NEW SCHEDULE

         The parties now propose that the Scheduling Order be amended as follows:

         1. All fact discovery is to be completed no later than September 4, 2019.

         2. All expert disclosures, including reports, production of underlying documents, and depositions shall be completed pursuant to the following deadlines:

a. Expert(s) of Plaintiff(s) July 5.
b. Expert(s) of Defendant(s) August 5.

         3. Dispositive Motions are due October 3, 2019.

         4. Joint Pretrial Order due November 4, 2019, unless dispositive Motions are filed in which case the Joint Pre-Trial Order is due 30 days after decision by the Court, unless the Court orders otherwise. The disclosures required by Fed.R.Civ.P. 26(a)(3) and any objections to them must be included in the joint pretrial order.

         A revised proposed Order has been included with this Motion with Magistrate Judge George Foley, Jr.'s signature line.

         II. MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME ...


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