United States District Court, D. Nevada
TAMARES LAS VEGAS PROPERTIES, LLC; PLAZA HOTEL & CASINO, LLC; and T-UPR, LLC, Plaintiffs,
THE TRAVELERS INDEMNITY COMPANY, Defendant.
and MYERS, P.C Dennis T. D'Antonio (admitted pro hac
vice) Joshua L. Mallin (admitted pro hac vice) Anne Marie
Bossart(admitted pro hac vice)
STIBOR Shan Davis Counsel for Plaintiffs
ORDER GRANTING PLAINTIFFS' UNOPPOSED MOTION TO
EXTEND DATE TO FILE JOINT PRE-TRIAL ORDER [ECF NO.
JENNIFER A. DORSEY U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE
to Local Rule 26-4, Plaintiffs Tamares Las Vegas Properties,
LLC, Plaza Hotel & Casino, LL, and T-UPR, LLC
(collectively "Plaintiffs"), by and through their
counsel of record, hereby moves that the Court extend the
date by which the parties must file their Joint Pre-Trial
Order for an additional (7) days. This is the second request
for such an extension. The Defendant, The Travelers Indemnity
Company ("Travelers"), does not oppose this Motion,
subject to the conditions described below.
of Joshua L. Mallin, Esq. In Support of Motion
1. I am
a partner at the law firm of Weg & Myers, P.C., which has
been retained to represent the Plaintiffs Tamares Las Vegas
Properties, LLC, Plaza Hotel & Casino, LLC and T-UPR, LLC
("Plaintiffs") in this litigation. I am a duly
licensed attorney in New York, in good standing, and am
admitted to this Court pro hac vice in this case.
have personal knowledge of the facts set forth below and if
called upon to testify to the matters herein could and would
be competent and willing to do so.
THE JOINT PRE TRIAL ORDER
Decision and Order dated August 9, 2019, the Court granted in
part and denied in part Travelers Motion for Summary Judgment
and denied Plaza's Motion for Summary Judgment.
that same Order, the Court referred this case to the United
States Magistrate Judge for a mandatory settlement
conference. The Court also stayed the parties' obligation
to file their joint pretrial order until 10 days after the
settlement conference, which would have been November 8,
Order dated August 13, 2019, the Court issued an Order
requiring the parties to appear before Magistrate Judge Koppe
on October 29, 2019, to participate in a mandatory settlement
conference. The Court also required that mediation statements
be served on Judge Koppe's mailbox in the Clerk's
Office, on or before October 22, 2019.
Agreement amongst the parties and the Court on October 22,
2019, Magistrate Judge Koppe permitted Plaintiffs to file
their mediation statements with the Court on October 23,
parties appeared for the mediation conference on October 29,
2019. The case did not settle at mediation.
Order dated November 1, 2019, the Court granted the
parties' first joint request to extend the deadline to
file the Joint Pre Trial ...