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Estate of Petersen v. Bitters

United States District Court, D. Nebraska

December 19, 2016

ESTATE OF JOYCE ROSAMOND PETERSEN, deceased; Plaintiff,
v.
WILLIAM E. BITTERS, ROBERT W. BOLAND, JR., JOHN L. HENRY, AND UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICES, Defendants.

          ORDER

          CHERYL R. ZWART UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE.

         IT IS ORDERED:

         1) The parties shall review the undersigned magistrate judge's practices posted at Civil Case Management Practices.

         2) Counsel for the parties and pro se defendant shall confer and, on or before January 23, 2017, they shall jointly file a Form 35 (Rule 26 (f)) Report, a copy of which can be found at http://www.ned.uscourts.gov/forms in Word and WordPerfect format.

         3) If one or more of the parties believes a planning conference is needed to complete the Rule 26(f) Report, or if the parties cannot agree on one or more of the deadlines identified or case progression issues raised in the Rule 26(f) Report, on or before January 16, 2017 a party shall contact my chambers at (402) 437-1670, or by email addressed to zwart@ned.uscourts.gov, to arrange a conference call.

         4) Mandatory disclosures shall be served by January 23, 2017.

         5) The Clerk's office shall mail a copy of this order to the pro se defendant at the address of record.

         The following attorneys conferred to prepare the Report of Parties' Planning Conference for the above-captioned case:

         (Identify, for each party, the counsel who participated in preparing the Rule 26(f) Report).

         The parties discussed the case and jointly make the following report:

         CASE PROGRESSION:

         A. Do any of the parties believe a planning conference would be beneficial and/or should be held before a final scheduling order is entered?

         Explain. __.

         B. Motions to amend the pleadings or to add parties.

         1) The plaintiff

         __does

         __does not

         anticipate need to amend pleadings or add parties. Any motions to amend pleadings shall be filed by __.

         2) The defendant

         __does

         __does not

         anticipate need to amend pleadings or add parties. Any motions to amend pleadings shall be filed by __.

         If more than ninety days are needed, state the reason(s) why ...


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