United States District Court, W.D. Washington, Seattle
In re Cedar Shakes and Shingles Antitrust Litigation This Document Relates to: ALL CLASS ACTIONS
A. Griffin, Raymond J. Farrow, Karin B. Swope, KELLER
ROHRBACK L.L.P. W. Joseph Bruckner Elizabeth R. Odette Brian
D. Clark Arielle S. Wagner LOCKRIDGE GRINDAL NAUEN P.L.L.P.
Co-Lead Counsel for the Proposed End User Plaintiff Classes
Gregory J Hollon, MCNAUL EBEL NAWROT & HELGREN PLLC
Liaison Counsel for the Proposed Reseller Plaintiff Classes
Kaleigh N.B. Powell, Kim D. Stephens, Jason Dennett, Chase C.
Alvord, TOUSLEY BRAIN STEPHENS Bonney Sweeney Samantha Stein
James J. Pizzirusso Nathaniel C. Giddings Paul Gallagher
HAUSFELD LLP Co-Lead Counsel for the Proposed Direct
Purchaser Plaintiff Class
Christopher J Cormier Warren T. Burns Spencer M Cox William
B. Thompson Lydia A Wright BURNS CHAREST LLP Keith Dubanevich
Keil M. Mueller Lydia Anderson-Dana STOLL STOLL BERNE LOKTING
& SHLACHETER PC Co-Lead Counsel for the Proposed Reseller
Jessica Walder, Larry Steven Gangnes, Heidi Brooks Bradley,
Joseph Adamson, LANE POWELL PC Attorneys for Cedar Shake
& Shingle Bureau
L. Harrington, STOKES LAWRENCE Attorneys for Waldun Forest
Products Ltd. and Waldun Forest Products Partnership d/b/a
The Waldun Group
Elizabeth Simson Weinstein, Molly A. Terwilliger, YARMUTH LLP
Attorneys for Anbrook Industries Ltd.
Lootens Jake Ewart Jessica C. Kerr, HILLIS CLARK MARTIN &
PETERSON Attorneys for G&R Cedar Ltd. and G&R Cedar
STIPULATION AND ORDER CONCERNING EXPERT
J. PECHMAN UNITED STATES SENIOR DISTRICT JUDGE.
parties in the above-captioned cases,  through their
respective counsel of record, stipulate to the following
regarding the scope of expert reports and discovery in the
above-captioned matters and all other matters subsequently
consolidated with them (collectively, the “Class
Actions”), subject to approval by the Court.
Stipulation and Order Concerning Expert Discovery
(“Stipulation”) does not set or alter the time
for any disclosure required by Federal Rule of Civil
Procedure 26(a)(2)(B) or the timing of any deadlines set
forth in any operative scheduling orders entered in this
the extent that this Stipulation imposes limitations on
discovery that would otherwise be available under the Federal
Rules of Civil Procedure or this Court's standing orders,
the parties have agreed to those limitations to increase the
efficiency of their dealings with testifying experts and to
minimize discovery disputes regarding testifying experts.
Neither the terms of this Stipulation nor the parties'
agreement to them shall be considered an admission by any
party that any of the information restricted from discovery
by this Stipulation would otherwise be discoverable or
following types of information shall not be the
subject of any form of discovery and the parties shall not be
obligated to preserve such information in any form or include
such information on any privilege log:
(a) all written or oral communications in connection with
this matter among and between the testifying expert and
consultants, counsel, other experts for other parties in this
matter, and/or staff or among any of these actors in