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DEWICK v. MAYTAG CORPORATION

United States District Court, N.D. Illinois


May 13, 2004.

MICHAEL A. DEWICK, SR., et al., etc., Plaintiffs,
v.
MAYTAG CORPORATION, et al., Defendants

The opinion of the court was delivered by: MILTON SHADUR, Senior District Judge

MEMORANDUM ORDER

In compliance with the schedule established by this Court's April 21, 2004 minute order, in which it also set the dates for the litigants' joint submission of a Final Pretrial Order and for an ensuing pretrial conference, counsel for defendant Maytag Corporation ("Maytag") has timely filed a dozen motions in limine. Its Motion No. 9, which seeks to bar all non-party witnesses from attendance during the trial until they are called to testify, is entirely noncontroversial and also conforms to this Court's regular trial practice. Accordingly that motion is granted at this time, without this Court requiring a response from plaintiffs' counsel.

Because this sua sponte memorandum order is being entered so early in the briefing process, it also addresses a procedural matter for the guidance of the litigants. Plaintiffs' counsel should file a single memorandum that addresses all of Maytag's remaining motions in limine, rather than having to generate a separate memorandum for each of Maytag's motions (and of course leave is granted to exceed the 15-page limit in that combined memorandum). By the same token, Maytag's reply should also be presented in a single memorandum, with leave being granted also to exceed the 15-page limit if that is found necessary.

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