United States District Court, D. Alaska
DEBRA BEY, individually and behalf of all others similarly situated, Plaintiff,
DYNAMIC COMPUTING SERVICES (DCS) CORP., Defendants.
SCHEDULING AND PLANNING ORDER
W. SEDWICK SENIOR JUDGE
Meeting of Counsel
upon information available to the court through a status
report completed by the parties pursuant to Rules 16 and
26(f), Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Local Civil Rule
16.1, and, if one was held, the scheduling and planning
conference, this order for the pretrial development of the
case is entered pursuant to Rule 16(b), Federal Rules of
information required by Rule 26(a)(1), Federal Rules of Civil
A. Has been exchanged by the parties.
B. X Shall be exchanged by the parties on or before
September 7, 2018
C. Preliminary witness lists:
1. Have been exchanged by the parties.
2. X Shall be exchanged by the parties on or before
September 7, 2018.
for each party must contemporaneously prepare and maintain a
written record of all disclosures and supplementation of
disclosures or responses made to requests for discovery under
Rule 26(a) and (e), Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Unless
required in support of a motion or by order of the court,
disclosures and supplemental disclosures are not to be filed
with the court.
Contested Issues of Fact and Law
A. X Nothing further is required.
B. The parties have either failed to submit a preliminary
statement of issues or have submitted an unsatisfactory
preliminary statement of issues. The parties shall meet,
prepare, and file a satisfactory preliminary joint statement
of issues on or before .
shall be conducted in accordance with Rules 26 through 37 of
the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Local Civil Rules 30.1,
32.1, and 37.1, and the discovery plan contained in the
status report of the parties except as otherwise provided
Issues requiring discovery.
1. X Nothing further is required.
2. The parties have not submitted a statement of issues
requiring discovery. The parties shall meet, prepare, and
file that statement on or before .
Preserving discovery information.
1. X There is no indication that this will be ...