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Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians v. State

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

September 12, 2017

STILLAGUAMISH TRIBE OF INDIANS, Petitioner(s),
v.
STATE OF WASHINGTON, Respondent(s).

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

          Ricardo S. Martinez United States District 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: 10/10/2017
Initial Disclosures Pursuant to FRCP 26(a)(1): 10/17/2017
Combined Joint Status Report and Discovery Plan as Required by FRCP 26(f) and Local Civil Rule 26(f): 10/24/2017

         The deadlines above may be extended only by the Court. Any request for an extension should be made by telephone to Lowell Williams or Laurie Cuaresma, Courtroom Deputy, at (206) 370-8521. If Defendants have appeared, the parties are directed to meet and to confer before contacting the Court to request an extension.

         If this case involves claims which are exempt from the requirements of FRCP 26(a) and 26(f), please notify Lowell Williams or Laurie Cuaresma, Courtroom Deputy, by telephone at (206) 370-8521.

         II. JOINT STATUS REPORT & DISCOVERY PLAN

         All counsel and any pro se parties are directed to confer and provide the Court with a combined Joint Status Report and Discovery Plan (the "Report") by October 24, 2017. This conference shall be by direct and personal communication, whether that be a face-to-face meeting or a telephonic conference. The Report will be used in setting a schedule for the prompt completion of the case. It must contain the following information by corresponding paragraph numbers:

         1. A statement of the nature and complexity of the case.

         2. A proposed deadline for the joining of additional parties.

         3. The parties have the right to consent to assignment of this case to a full time United States Magistrate Judge, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §636(c) and Local Rule MJR 13, to conduct all proceedings. The Western District of Washington assigns a wide range of cases to Magistrate Judges. The Magistrate Judges of this district thus have significant experience in all types of civil matters filed in our court. Additional information about our district's Magistrate Judges can be found at www.wawd.uscourts.gov. 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." Individual party responses should not be provided. A "yes" response should be indicated only if all parties consent. Otherwise, a "no" response should be provided.

         4. A discovery plan that states, by corresponding paragraph letters (A, B, etc.), the parties' views and proposals on all items in Fed.R.Civ.P. ...


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