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Burns v. Secure Energy Services, Inc.

United States District Court, D. North Dakota, Western Division

October 16, 2019

Carita Burns and John Burns, Plaintiffs,
v.
Secure Energy Services, Inc., Secure Energy Services, USA, LLC, Eugene Davis, and Keith Daniel Klein, Defendants.

          LARSON LAW FIRM, P.C., Mark V. Larson, ATTORNEYS FOR THE PLAINTIFFS.

          SERKLAND LAW FIRM, Peter W. Zuger, Ian R. McLean, ATTORNEYS FOR DEFENDANTS SECURE ENERGY SERVICES, INC., SECURE ENERGY SERVICES, USA, LLC AND EUGENE DAVIS.

          EBELTOFT . SICKLER . LAWYERS PLLC, Nicholas C. Grant, Lawyer, Courtney A. Presthus, ATTORNEYS FOR DEFENDANT KEITH DANIEL KLEIN.

          STIPULATION TO AMEND SCHEDULING/DISCOVERY PLAN

          Clare R. Hochhalter, Magistrate Judge.

         Pursuant to Rule 26(f) and the Court's Order dated October 9, 2019 (Doc. ID #34), counsel for the parties certify that they have conferred to discuss the need to extend certain deadlines set forth in the Scheduling/Discovery Plan (Doc. ID #13). Plaintiffs Carita Burns and John Burns and Defendants Secure Energy Services, Inc., Secure Energy Services, USA, LLC, Eugene Davis, and Keith Daniel Klein (collectively “Parties”), by and through their respective counsel, hereby stipulate and agree to request that the Scheduling/Discovery Plan be amended as follows:

         1. The parties shall make by January 14, 2019, Rule 26(a)(1) disclosures including preliminary identification of witnesses, evidence, damage calculations, and the production of the insurance contract(s).

         2. The issues on which the parties need to conduct discovery are liability and damages. Discovery will occur through interrogatories and depositions of fact witnesses and need not be conducted in phases.

         3. The parties shall have until May 1, 2020 to complete fact discovery and to file discovery motions.

         4. The parties shall provide the names of expert witnesses and complete reports under Rule 26(a)(2) as follows: Plaintiffs' expert disclosures shall be due May 1, 2020. Treating physicians need not prepare reports, only qualifications, unless they will express opinions not reflected in the medical records. Defendants' expert disclosures shall be due June 1, 2020. Reports will be served on other parties, but not filed with the court.

         5. The parties shall have until August 1, 2020 to complete discovery depositions of expert witnesses.

         6. The parties shall have until July 12, 2019, to move to join additional parties.

         7. The parties shall have until July 12, 2019, to move to amend pleadings to add claims or defenses, including claims for punitive damages.

         8. The parties shall have until July 12, 2019, to file other nondispositive motions (e.g., consolidation, bifurcation).

         9. The parties shall have until March 13, 2019, to file threshold motions (e.g., jurisdiction, qualified ...


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