Slack et al v. City of San Antonio, Texas et al

Western District of Texas, txwd-5:2018-cv-01117

AMENDED SCHEDULING ORDER re 53 Joint MOTION to Extend Scheduling Order Deadlines filed by City of San Antonio, Texas, (Discovery due by 6/21/2020, Dispositive Motions due by 7/20/2020,) The trial date will be determined at a later date by the Court. Signed by Judge Elizabeth S. Chestney.

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS SAN ANTONIO DIVISION PATRICIA SLACK, INDIVIDUALLY § AND AS THE SURVIVING MOTHER § OF CHARLES ROUNDTREE, JR.; § SA-18-CV-01117-JKP TAYLOR SINGLETON, BERNICE § ROUNDTREE, AS REPRESENTATIVE § OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES § ROUNDTREE, JR., AND THE § STATUTORY BENEFICIARIES, K.W., § THE SURVIVING SON OF CHARLES § ROUNDTREE, JR., AND THROUGH HIS § NEXT FRIEND, DIAJHANAE § WILLIAMS, TAYLOR SINGLETON § AND DAVANTE SNOWDEN; § § Plaintiffs, § § vs. § § CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, § STEVE CASANOVA, SAN ANTONIO § POLICE OFFICER; § § Defendants. § SECOND AMENDED SCHEDULING ORDER Before the Court in the above-styled cause of action is the parties' Joint Motion to Extend Deadlines in the Scheduling Order [#53]. The Court will grant the motion. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the parties' Joint Motion to Extend Deadlines in the Scheduling Order [#53] is GRANTED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this Amended Scheduling Order is issued to control the remaining course of this case: 1. All parties asserting claims for relief shall file their designation of potential witnesses, testifying experts, and proposed exhibits and shall serve on all parties, but not file, the materials required by Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(a)(2)(B) by April 20, 2020. Parties resisting claims for relief shall 1 file their designation of potential witnesses, testifying experts, and proposed exhibits and shall serve on all parties, but not file, the materials required by Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(a)(2)(B) by May 18, 2020. All designations of rebuttal experts shall be designated within 15 days of receipt of the report of the opposing expert. 2. An objection to the reliability of an expert's proposed testimony under Federal Rule of Evidence 702 shall be made by motion, specifically stating the basis for the objection and identifying the objectionable testimony, within 30 days of receipt of the written report of the expert's proposed testimony, or within 30 days of the expert's deposition, if a deposition is taken, whichever is later. 3. The parties shall complete all discovery on or before June 21, 2020. Counsel may by agreement continue discovery beyond the deadline, but there will be no intervention by the Court except in extraordinary circumstances, and no trial setting will be vacated because of information obtained in post-deadline discovery. 4. All dispositive motions as defined in Local Rule CV-7(c) shall be filed no later than July 20, 2020. Dispositive motions as and responses to dispositive motions shall be limited to 20 pages in length. Replies, if any, shall be limited to 10 pages in length in accordance with Local Rule CV-7(f). 5. The trial date will be determined at a later date by the Court. The parties shall consult Local Rule CV-16(e)-(g) regarding matters to be filed in advance of trial. At the time the trial date is set, the Court will also set the deadline for the filing of matters in advance of trial. 2 IT IS SO ORDERED. SIGNED this 27th day of December, 2019. ELIZABETH S. ("BETSY") CHESTNEY UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE 3