12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728- 2 -In cases where dispositive motions will be filed, counsel shouldconsider limiting discovery to the issue at hand until the Court has ruled on themotion;D.A schedule of all pretrial proceedings, including a trial date, an estimate of thelength of trial, and any suggestions for shortening trial. The parties shall alsodiscuss any issues relating to disclosure or discovery of electronically storedinformation, including the form or forms in which it should be produced, andany issues relating to claims of privilege or work product.
.P. 16(b)(5) & (b)(6), 26(f)(3). At the joint request of the parties,the Court may include deadlines in the Scheduling Order pertaining to theseissues.E.Modification of pretrial procedures due to the simplicity or complexity of thecase;F.Prospects for settlement, including a request to have a settlement conferencebefore a Magistrate Judge or United States District Court Judge, orparticipating in any other alternative dispute resolution forum;G.Arrangements for Initial Disclosures in compliance with Rule 26(a)(1),F
.P. Unless otherwise stipulated or directed by the Court, InitialDisclosures shall be made at or within 14 days after the scheduling conference;H.Possibility of consent to trial before a United States Magistrate Judge pursuantto 28 U.S.C. § 636(c), suitability for referral to any alternative disputeresolution mechanism, or reference to a master;I.Any other matters which counsel feel may help dispose of the matter in anefficient and economical manner.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED:
, counsel shall file with the Court the
reflecting theresults of their discussion. The report shall include individually numberedbrief statements indicating:
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