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Jones v. Dirty World - Final Pretrial Order

Jones v. Dirty World - Final Pretrial Order

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Sarah Jones v. Dirty World -- Final pretrial order.
Sarah Jones v. Dirty World -- Final pretrial order.

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Published by: David S. Gingras on May 22, 2012
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTEASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY NORTHERN DIVISION AT COVINGTONCIVIL ACTION NO. 2009-219 (WOB)SARAH JONES PLAINTIFF VS. FINAL PRETRIAL CONFERENCE ORDER DIRTY WORLD ENTERTAINMENTRECORDINGS, LLC d/b/aThedirt.com, ET AL. DEFENDANTS
The above case is hereby assigned for a final pretrialconference, pursuant to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 16(d),on
Friday, September 14, 2012 at 1:30 p.m.
, in Room 505, UnitedStates Courthouse, 35 West Fifth Street, in Covington, Kentucky.The jury trial is scheduled to commence on
Tuesday, November 13,2012 at 10:00 a.m.
in Courtroom “A”, U.S. Courthouse, inCovington, Kentucky.
I.
The parties, through counsel, are
ORDERED
to do eachof the following things, where applicable, prior to such date,unless the time fixed be extended on motion for good cause shownby affidavit:1. The attention of the parties is directed toFederal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(a)(2) and (3). These rulesmust be strictly observed. Time deadlines therein shall becomputed from the date of the final pretrial conference, rather
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than the trial. Parties shall not stipulate out of therequirement of filing expert reports or witness lists.Counsel are admonished that production of thewitness lists and expert reports must be strictly complied with.A summary of the expected testimony of each witness shall beincluded in the list. The summary to be provided must fairlyreflect the substance of a witness' testimony. Statements suchas "the witness will testify concerning the physical conditionof the plaintiff" are inadequate. Failure to list a witness orprovide adequate summary or expert report will result in thewitness not being permitted to testify in whole or in part. SeeCoatney v. Purkhiser, 104 F.R.D. 118 (E.D. Ky. 1985). If awitness has been deposed, a reference to the deposition willsuffice, but then the witness will be limited to the testimonyin said deposition.2. File a final pretrial memorandum in the formatset out in the appendix hereto not later than
fourteen (14) days
 before the final pretrial conference. An extra copy of thefinal pretrial memorandum and witness list shall be filed forthe convenience of the court.3. Complete all discovery, including physicalexaminations, by the deadlines set by the court.
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4. The proponent of any exhibit which will bediscussed by a witness or utilized during opening or closingstatements should be prepared to use the court's visualpresentation system. The system can display documents, X-Rays,photographs, negatives, and videos. The presentation system isdesigned to display the exhibit simultaneously to the parties,the jury, the witnesses, and the court. First-time users of thesystem should contact the Clerk of Court at Covington to makearrangements to view and train on the system. Although there isa witness monitor, some witnesses have difficulty reading fromsame; so an extra copy to hand to the witness should be readilyavailable.5. Enter into a written stipulation, stipulating tothe fullest extent the undisputed facts, authenticity, andadmissibility of exhibits, and any and all other matters whichwill expedite the trial of the case by reducing formal proof.Such written stipulation shall be filed with the pretrialmemoranda required by Paragraph 2 hereof. Failure to do soshall be construed to indicate that counsel have not met incompliance with this direction, unless otherwise explained tothe court's satisfaction.6. Note the grounds for objection to any itemsmentioned in Paragraph 5 not so agreed upon. The merits of all
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