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Universal Life Church Monastery v. Clark County

United States District Court, D. Nevada

November 18, 2019

UNIVERSAL LIFE CHURCH MONASTERY a/k/a UNIVERSAL LIFE CHURCH, Plaintiff,
v.
CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA; LYNN MARIE GOYA in her official capacity as Clark County Clerk; STEVE WOLF SON in his official capacity as the Clark County District Attorney; JANE DOE; JOHN ROE; and JANE POE, Defendants.

          Ronald D. Green (NV Bar No. 7360), Alex J. Shepard (NV Bar No. 13582) RANDAZZ A LEGAL GROUP, PLLC Attorneys for Plaintiff, Universal Life Church Monastery

          Thomas D. Dillard, Jr., Esq. (NV Bar No. 006270), OLSON, CANNON, GORMLEY, ANGULO & STOBERSKI Attorney for Defendants, Clark County, Lynn Marie Goya, and Steve Wolfson (in their official capacities)

          STIPULATION TO EXTEND DISPOSITIVE MOTIONS DEADLINE (THIRD REQUEST) [1]

          BRENDA WEKSLER, UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE

         Pursuant to LR IA 6-1 and LR 26-4, the parties, through their attorneys, hereby stipulate and request that this Court extend the current deadline to file dispositive motions, as well as all subsequent deadlines laid out in the Scheduling Order (ECF No. 11) and the parties' Stipulations to Extend Discovery Deadlines (ECF Nos. 14, 19, 21) either by 30 days following the Court's decision on Plaintiffs Motion to Extend Discovery Deadlines (ECF No. 23), if that Motion is denied, or by 30 days following the expiration of the extended discovery period, if that Motion is granted. This request for an extension is done for good cause and not for purposes of delay.

         In support of this Stipulation and Request, the parties state as follows:

         1.0 Basis of Requested Extension

         The discovery period in this case has closed, though Plaintiff has filed a Motion to Extend Discovery Deadlines (ECF No. 23) explaining its basis for requesting an extension of discovery. While the parties disagree as to some of the reasons for Plaintiff requesting an extension of the discovery period, they jointly recognize that the content of their anticipated motions for summary judgment will likely change based upon whether that Motion is granted or denied and that the Court should rule upon that Motion prior to the submission of dispositive motions. The parties are also discussing the possibility of settlement.

         2.0 Proposed Schedule

         2.1 Dispositive Motions

         The filing deadline for dispositive motions shall be 30 days following the Court's decision on Plaintiffs Motion to Extend Discovery Deadlines (ECF No. 23), if that motion is denied, or by 30 days following the expiration of the extended discovery period, if that Motion is granted.

         2.2 Motions in Limine/Daubert Motions

         Under LR 16-3(b), any motions in limine, including Daubert type motions, shall be filed and served 30 days prior to the commencement of trial and oppositions shall be filed and served 15 days thereafter. Reply briefs will only be allowed with leave of the Court.

         2.3 Deadline for Joint Pretrial Order

         Pursuant to LR26(1)(e)(5) the Joint Pretrial Order shall be filed no later than 30 days after the dispositive-motion deadline. In the event that dispositive motions are filed, the date for filing the joint pretrial order shall be suspended until the Court issues its decision on any dispositive motions or further order of the court. The disclosures required by Fed.R.Civ.P. 26(a)(3) and any objections shall be included ...


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