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Clear Creek Retirement Plan II LLC v. Foremost Insurance Co. Grand Rapids Michigan

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

May 31, 2018

CLEAR CREEK RETIREMENT PLAN II LLC, a Washington limited liability company, Plaintiff,
v.
FOREMOST INSURANCE COMPANY GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN, a Michigan corporation, Defendant.

          LETHER & ASSOCIATES, PLLC Thomas Lether, Eric J. Neal, Counsel for Defendant.

          ROGERS, KEE & CARD, P.S. Thomas J. Westbrook, Rogers, Kee & Card, P.S. Counsel for Plaintiff.

          STIPULATED MOTION AND ORDER TO AMEND CASE SCHEDULE

          Ronald B. Leighton United States District Judge.

         Defendant Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan (“Foremost”) and Plaintiff Clear Creek Retirement Plan II, LLC (collectively the “Parties”) submit this Stipulated Motion to Amend Case Schedule.

         I. INTRODUCTION

         Foremost's Motion for Summary Judgment is currently pending before the Court. Under the current Case Schedule, disclosure of expert testimony is due on June 20, 2018. Depending on the Court's ruling on summary judgment, expert testimony may not be required. Therefore, the Parties are stipulating to amend the case schedule and extend the discovery deadlines.

         If the expert disclosure deadline is extended sixty (60) days, the extension would compromise other related discovery deadlines. As a result, the Parties stipulate to the 60-day extension of other related discovery deadlines.

         It is therefore respectfully requested that the Court amend the Case Schedule for the reasons set forth herein.

         II. STATEMENT OF FACTS

         Plaintiff commenced this action July 3, 2017, in Pierce County Superior Court. Docket at 1-2. Defendant Foremost removed this action to United States District Court on July 21, 2017. Dkt. at 1.

         Since then, Foremost filed its Motion for Partial Summary Judgment seeking dismissal of Plaintiffs IFCA claim. Dkt. at 11. Defendant Foremost's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment is currently pending before the Court.

         In order to potentially avoid incurring the cost of expert witnesses, the Parties stipulate to the extension of FRCP 26(a)(2) deadline by 60 days, along with the other related discovery deadlines. Extension of the expert deadline would conflict the other discovery deadlines, specifically the deadlines for discovery related motions and completion of discovery. As a result, the Parties stipulate to the extensions of the following deadlines by 60 days:

• Disclosure of expert testimony under FRCP ...

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