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08-3123 - NE Colorado Cellular v. County of Saunders, Nebraska et al


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08-3123 - NE Colorado Cellular v. County of Saunders, Nebraska et al
August 8, 2008
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER-The parties Rule 26(f) report discloses that the parties disagree on whether discovery is permitted in this case. The court must hear from the parties on that issue. IT THEREFORE HEREBY IS ORDERED, The parties are given until August 29, 2008 to file briefs on the issue of whether discovery should be permitted in this case, and if so, whether such discovery should be limited to certain claims and/or defenses. Ordered by Magistrate Judge David L. Piester. (LKL)
September 9, 2008
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ORDER approving 19 Stipulation and discovery is permitted in this case, is as follows: 1. The parties shall be entitled to discovery related to jurisdictional questions, including those identified in Defendants' Affirmative Defenses. 2. The parties shall not be entitled to discovery related to Plaintiff's claims set forth in Plaintiff's Complaint as Count II (Telecommunications Act (Substantial Evidence)), Count IV (Telecommunications Act (Failure to Issue Written Decision)), and Count V (State Law Claims), absent further order of the Court. 3. Unless otherwise resolved by summary judgment, the parties shall be entitled to discovery related to Plaintiff's claims set forth in Plaintiffs Complaint as Count I (Telecommunications Act (Unreasonable Discrimination)), Count III (Telecommunications Act (Prohibition on Provision of Personal Wireless Services)), Count VI (Substantive Due Process), Count VII (Procedural Due Process), Count VIII (Equal Protection), and Count IX (42 U.S.C. ยง 1983), but such discovery shall not commence until after the Court rules on any dispositive motions filed by either party regarding the Telecommunications Act claims. 4. Initial discovery on jurisdictional issues shall be completed by October 13, 2008. 5. Motions for summary judgment and accompanying briefs in support thereof shall be filed by October 27, 2008. 6. Responsive briefs to motions for summary judgment shall be filed by November 26, 2008. 7. Reply briefs to motions for summary judgment, if any, shall be filed by December 10, 2008. Ordered by Magistrate Judge David L. Piester. (LKL)
October 8, 2008
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ORDER granting 21 Stipulation. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Court's September 9, 2008 Order (filing no. 20) is amended as follows: 1. Initial discovery related to jurisdictional questions shall be completed by October 27, 2008. 2. Motions for summary judgment and accompanying briefs in support thereof shall be filed by November 10, 2008. 3. Responsive briefs to motions for summary judgment shall be filed by December 10, 2008.4. Reply briefs, if any, shall be filed by December 24, 2008. Ordered by Magistrate Judge David L. Piester. (JAB)
November 10, 2008
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ORDER. It is ordered that: (1)Within thirty (30) calendar days of the date of this order, the parties shall file a joint stipulation for dismissal (or other dispositive stipulation) with the clerk of the court (and provide a copy to the magistrate judge and to United States District Judge Richard G. Kopf, the trial judge to whom this case is assigned), together with submitting to the trial judge a draft order which will fully dispose of the case;(2)Absent compliance with this order, this case (including all counterclaims and the like) may be dismissed without further notice;(3)This case is removed from the court's trial docket upon representation by the parties that the case has settled. ***Set Dismissal Papers Deadline; due by 12/10/2008. Ordered by Judge Richard G. Kopf. (KLL, )