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Stanley v. United States

United States District Court, W.D. Washington, Seattle

August 28, 2017

BRANDON LEE STANLEY, Plaintiff,
v.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, et al., Defendant.

          ORDER REGARDING INITIAL DISCLOSURES, JOINT STATUS REPORT, AND EARLY SETTLEMENT

          BRIAN A. TSUCHIDA UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE.

         I. INITIAL SCHEDULING DATES

         The Court sets the following dates for initial disclosure and submission of the Joint Status Report and Discovery Plan:

Deadline for FRCP 26(f) Conference:

9/18/2017

Initial Disclosures Pursuant to FRCP 26(a)(1):

10/2/2017

Combined Joint Status Report and Discovery Plan as Required by FRCP 26(f) and Local Civil Rule 26(f):

10/23/2017

         The deadlines above may be extended only by the Court. Requests for extension should be made by e-mail to Agalelei Elkington, Courtroom Deputy, at agalelei_elkington@wawd.uscourts.gov. The parties are directed to meet and confer before contacting the court to request an extension.

         II. JOINT STATUS REPORT & DISCOVERY PLAN

         Counsel are directed to confer and submit a combined Joint Status Report and Discovery Plan (the “Report”) by October 23, 2017. The Report must contain the following information by corresponding paragraph numbers:

         1. A proposed deadline for joining additional parties.

         2. The parties have the right to consent to assignment of this case to United States Magistrate Judge Brian Tsuchida pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §636(c) and Local Rule MJR 13 to conduct all proceedings. The parties should indicate whether they agree that the Honorable Brian A. Tsuchida may conduct all proceedings including trial and the entry of judgment. When responding to this question, the parties should only respond "yes" or "no". A "yes" response should be indicated only if all parties consent. Otherwise, a "no" response should be provided.

         3. A discovery plan setting forth the parties' proposals on all items set forth in Fed.R.Civ.P. 26(f)(3), including:

(A) initial disclosures;
(B) subjects, timing, and potential phasing of discovery;
(C) electronically stored ...

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