Scheduling Order (Judge Scheindlin) Form. This is a New York form and can be use in District Court Federal.
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK -------------------------------X : SCHEDULING ORDER Plaintiff(s), : Civ. - against - (SAS) : : Defendant(s). : -------------------------------X SHIRA A. SCHEINDLIN, U.S.D.J.: WHEREAS, the Court issued an Order for a Conference in accordance with Fed. R. Civ. P. 16(b) (the “Order”); and WHEREAS, the Order requires that the parties jointly prepare and sign a proposed Scheduling Order containing certain information; NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereby submit the following information as required by the Order: (1) the date of the conference and the appearances for the parties; (2) the date by which automatic disclosures will be exchanged; (3) a concise statement of the issues as they then appear; 4) a schedule including: (a) the names of persons to be deposed and a schedule of planned depositions; (b) a schedule for the production of documents; (c) dates by which (i) each expert’s reports will be supplied to the adverse side and (ii) each expert’s deposition will be completed; (d) time when discovery is to be completed; American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com (e) the date by which plaintiff will supply its pre-trial order matters to defendant; (f) the date by which the parties will submit a pre-trial order in a form conforming with the Court’s instructions together with trial briefs and either (1) proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law for a non-jury trial, or (2) proposed voir dire questions and proposed jury instructions, for a jury trial; and (g) a space for the date for a final pre-trial conference pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 16(d), to be filled in by the Court at the conference. _________________________________________________________________ (leave blank) (5) a statement of any limitations to be placed on discovery, including any protective or confidentiality orders; (6) a statement of those discovery issues, if any, on which counsel, after a good faith effort, were unable to reach an agreement; (7) anticipated fields of expert testimony, if any; (8) anticipated length of trial and whether to court or jury; (9) a statement that the Scheduling Order may be altered or amended only on a showing of good cause not foreseeable at the time of the conference of when justice so requires; (10) names, addresses, phone numbers and signatures of counsel; ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ SO ORDERED: __________________ SHIRA A. SCHEINDLIN U.S.D.J. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com