United States District Court, W.D. Washington, Seattle
CAIRNCROSS & HEMPELMANN, P.S. Terence J. Scanlan, WSBA
#19498 Patricia A. Laughman, WSBA # 46716 Attorneys for the
City of Issaquah
KEATING, BUCKLIN & MCCORMACH, INC., P.S. Michael C.
Walter, WSBA #15044 Attorneys for the City of Issaquah
COHEN SPANOS LLP Cynthia M. Cohen, Admitted Pro Hac Vice
Attorneys for ORA Talus 90, LLC and Resmark Equity Partners,
HARRIGAN LEYH FARMER & THOMSEN LLP Arthur W. Harrigan,
Jr. WSBA #1751 Tyler L. Farmer, WSBA #39912 Kristin E.
Ballinger, WSBA #28253 Attorneys for ORA Talus 90, LLC and
Resmark Equity Partners, LLC
PEPPER PLLC Jack P. Zahner, WSBA #24505 Tacy K. Hass, WSBA
#49190 Attorneys for J.R. Hayes & Sons, Inc, Talus 7
& 8, LLC, and Talus Management Services LLC
RIVES LLP Patrick Mullaney, WSBA #21982 Attorneys for J.R.
Hayes & Sons, Inc, Talus 7 & 8, LLC, and Talus
Management Services LLC
O'DONNELL & GILLETT PLLC John K. Butler, WSBA #28528
Stephanie Ballard, WSBA #49268 Attorneys for J.R. Hayes &
WILLIAMS, KASTNER & GIBBS PLLC Dean G. von Kallenbach,
WSBA #12870 Theresa Rava, WSBA #53159 Attorneys for Element
Residential Inc., Terra Talus, LLC and Joshua Freed
CLEMENT & DROTZ, PLLC W. Scott Clement, WSBA #16243 Brent
Hardy, WSBA #45405 Attorneys for Joshua Freed
FORSBERG & UMLAUF, P.S. A. Grant Lingg, WSBA #24227 Vicky
L. Strada, WSBA #34559 Attorneys for Terra Associates, Inc.
SMITH COCHRAN DICKERSON Whitney L.C. Smith, WSBA #21159
Gabriella Wagner, WSBA #42898 Brian Buron, WSBA #27206
Attorneys Terra Talus, LLC
MORRISON RINKER & BAKER LLP Bradley L. Powell, WSBA
#11158 Attorneys for Kulchin Foundation Drilling Company
PFLUEGER & RINGER, P.S. Douglas K. Weigel, WSBA #27192
Amanda D. Daylong, WSBA #48013 Attorneys for Big Mountain
AGREEMENT REGARDING DISCOVERY OF ELECTRONICALLY
STORED INFORMATION AND ORDER
RICARDO S. MARTINEZ CHIEF UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
parties hereby stipulate to the following provisions
regarding the discovery of electronically stored information
(“ESI”) in this matter:
attorney's zealous representation of a client is not
compromised by conducting discovery in a cooperative manner.
The failure of counsel or the parties to litigation to
cooperate in facilitating and reasonably limiting discovery
requests and responses raises litigation costs and
contributes to the risk of sanctions.
proportionality standard set forth in Fed.R.Civ.P. 26(b)(1)
must be applied in each case when formulating a discovery
plan. To further the application of the proportionality
standard in discovery, requests for production of ESI and
related responses should be reasonably targeted, clear, and
as specific as possible.