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Castellanos v. City of Reno

United States District Court, D. Nevada

January 14, 2020

CATHERINE CASTELLANOS, ET AL., Plaintiff,
v.
CITY OF RENO, ET AL., Defendant.

          ORDER SETTING TELEPHONIC CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE

          CARLA BALDWIN, UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE.

         Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 16 and Local Rule (“LR”) 16-2, a case management conference shall be set before United States Magistrate Judge Carla Baldwin as the court concludes that a Rule 16 case management conference will assist the parties, counsel, and the court.

         A telephonic case management conference is set before this Court on Monday, March 2, 2020 at 9:30 a.m. The case management conference is mandatory and lead counsel or trial counsel are required to appear telephonically for this hearing. If there is a conflict with the date and time for the hearing, counsel have leave to request that the conference be continued. Counsel who have not made a formal appearance in the case or whose name does not appear on CM/EMF will not be permitted to appear. Moreover, failure to attend the case management conference or attending the case management conference without a thorough familiarity of the facts and the law related to the instant case may result in sanctions. Counsel shall dial 877-336-1829 at least five (5) minutes prior to the hearing to be properly connected into the courtroom. The access code is 2809752 and the security code is 19693.

         In preparation for this case management conference, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:

         A. Meet and Confer

         Within twenty (20) days of the case management conference, lead counsel for each party are ordered to meet and confer either, in person, or telephonically, to discuss the following:

         1. Settlement: Counsel shall thoroughly discuss the possibility of settlement before undertaking the preparation of the Joint Case Management Report or engaging in extensive discovery. However, if after the initial meet and confer session, settlement discussions are progressing, the parties must comply still with the requirements of this order unless otherwise excused by the Court. If the entire case is settled, the parties must promptly notify the Court and counsel's presence, as well as a Joint Case Management Report, will not be required.

         2. Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”): Prior to the meet and confer session, each counsel should carefully investigate their respective client's information management system so that they are knowledgeable as to its operation, including how information is stored and how it can be retrieved. The parties shall meet and attempt to agree on the following matters related to ESI:

a) What types of ESI will be at issue in the case;
b) The steps the parties will take to segregate and preserve computer-based information in order to avoid accusations of spoliation;
c) The scope of e-mail discovery and attempt to agree upon an e-mail search protocol. This should include an agreement regarding inadvertent production of privileged e-mail messages;
d) Whether or not restoration of deleted information may be necessary, the extent to which restoration of deleted information is needed, and who will bear the costs of restoration;
e) Whether or not back-up data may be necessary, the extent to which back-up data is needed and who will bear the cost of ...

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