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LL Liquor Inc. v. State

United States District Court, D. Montana, Helena Division

July 9, 2019

LL LIQUOR, INC., d/b/a Lolo Liquor, a Montana corporation, Plaintiff,
v.
STATE OF MONTANA; STEVE BULLOCK, in his official capacity as the Governor of Montana; MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE; MIKE KADAS, in his official capacity as the Director of the Montana Department of Revenue; and JOHN DOES I-X, Defendants.

          ORDER

          SAM E. HADDON JUDGE

         On June 18, 2019, the Court issued an Order requiring, inter alia, that a proposed final pretrial order be filed on or before August 2, 2019.[1]

         On July 3, 2019, the parties filed a joint notice to the Court that included a "[j]oint request to move [the] pretrial order and related deadlines to September 20, 2019."[2]

         ORDERED:

         1. This order supersedes and replaces paragraphs 5-8 of the Court's June 18, 2019, Order.[3]

         2. On or before September 20, 2019, the parties shall file a proposed final pretrial order. A copy shall be provided to Chambers, 901 Front Street, Suite 3100A, Helena, Montana, 59626. The proposed final pretrial order must comply with the provisions of Fed.R.Civ.P. 26(a)(3)(A) and L.R. 16.4. All attached lists must be in portrait orientation.

         2. The proposed final pretrial order supersedes all prior pleadings and may not be amended except by leave of Court.

         3. Objections to exhibits, deposition testimony, or the use of other discovery to be offered at trial (e.g. interrogatories and responses to requests for admission) shall be included within the final pretrial order and shall state specific grounds for all objections. See L.R. 16.4. Objections not stated are waived. See L.R. 16.4(b)(5). Exhibits shall be filed in compliance with paragraph 4 of this Order.

         No later than the date of filing of the proposed pretrial order, each party shall file and provide to Chambers:

a. The complete transcript of each deposition, any portion of which is to be offered at trial.
b. Complete copy sets of all interrogatories served by the party.
c. Complete copy sets of all answers to interrogatories received from any party, if any portion of such answers are to be offered at trial,
d. Complete copy sets of each request for admission and of each response thereto to be offered at trial.
e. Complete copy sets of all requests for production served by a party and complete copy sets of all responses to requests for production, if any portion of such ...

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