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1:13-cv-01861 #49

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Doc 49 - Scheduling Order
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIADEB WHITEWOOD,
et al.,
:1:13-cv-1861:Plaintiffs,::Hon. John E. Jones IIIv.::THOMAS W. CORBETT,
in his
:
official capacity as Governor of 
:
Pennsylvania
,
et al.
,::Defendants.:
ORDEROctober 9, 2013
On today’s date the Court conducted a case management conference with the participation of counsel for the parties to this matter. At the conference, variousissues concerning scheduling and discovery were discussed and several agreementswere reached among the Court and counsel. As referenced at the conference,given the potentially case and/or party dispositive issues raised in the pendingMotions to Dismiss, all parties agreed that the most appropriate course is to set anexpedited briefing scheduling on the pending Motions to Dismiss and stay alldiscovery pending the resolution of those motions.
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Further, given the logistical
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Currently pending are the following Motions: Defendant Mary Jo Poknis’ Motion toDismiss Pursuant to FRCP 12 (Doc. 24); Defendant Donald Petrille, Jr.’s Motion to DismissPlaintiffs’ Complaint for Failure to State a Claim under Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(6) and Failure toJoin Parties under Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(7) and 19 (Doc. 25); Defendant Kathleen Kane’s Motion
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complexities of this case, including the numerosity of counsel, we shall protectively set a date for a second case management conference. On that date, wewill discourse with counsel concerning a trial date and any ancillary matters pertaining thereto, assuming that any or all claims by Plaintiffs survive the said Motions to Dismiss.
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT
:1.Plaintiffs shall file briefs in opposition to the Motions to Dismiss(Docs. 24, 25, 26, and 27) by or before the close of business onOctober 21, 2013.2.The Defendants shall file reply briefs by or before the close o business on November 1, 2013.3.A second case management conference is protectively scheduled fo November 22, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. in Courtroom #2, HarrisburgFederal Courthouse.4.All discovery is
STAYED
pending further Order of this Court, and Defendant Petrille’s Motion to Stay Discovery (Doc. 44) is
DISMISSED
as moot.
to Dismiss the Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief (Doc. 26); and Motion toDismiss by Governor Thomas W. Corbett and Secretary Michael Wolf. (Doc. 27).2
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