The opinion of the court was delivered by: Donald G. Wilkerson United States Magistrate Judge
On May 21, 2008, the Court entered an order extending the discovery deadline, dispositive motions deadline, final pretrial conference date, and bench trial date in this action (Doc. 84). The parties thereafter submitted a joint proposed amended scheduling order with agreed-upon interim discovery deadlines.
Having reviewed the proposed order and finding it in compliance with the applicable federal and local rules, the Court hereby approves and enters the following Proposed Amended Scheduling and Discovery Order as submitted by the parties.
PROPOSED AMENDED SCHEDULING AND DISCOVERY ORDER
The parties submit the following proposed Amended Scheduling and Discovery Order.
1. Rule 26(a) initial disclosures have been exchanged between the parties. The parties shall supplement those initial disclosures as necessary.
2. Initial interrogatories and requests to produce, pursuant to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 33 and 34, have been served and responses provided. The parties shall supplement those initial disclosures as necessary.
3. Plaintiff and Defendant's corporate representative depositions pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6) have already occurred.
Expert witnesses shall be disclosed, along with a written report prepared and signed by the witness pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(a)(2), as follows:
Plaintiff's expert(s): 7/11/2008.
Defendant's expert(s): 8/29/2008.
5. Depositions of expert witnesses must be taken by Plaintiff's expert(s): 8/1/2008.
Defendant's expert(s): 9/19/2008.
6. Discovery shall be completed by October 3, 2008, pursuant to this court's May 21, 2008 Order (which date shall be no later than one hundred fifteen (115) days before the first day of the month of the presumptive trial month). Any written interrogatories or request for production served after the date of the Scheduling and Discovery Order shall be served by a date that allows the served parties the full thirty (30) days as ...