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Stipulation And Order-Motions In Limine {LACIV 075}

This is a California form that can be used for Voluntary Efficient Litigation Stipulations within Local County, Los Angeles.

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NAME AND ADDRESS OF ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY: STATE BAR NUMBER Reserved for Clerk's File Stamp TELEPHONE NO.: E-MAIL ADDRESS (Optional): ATTORNEY FOR (Name): COURTHOUSE ADDRESS: PLAINTIFF: DEFENDANT: FAX NO. (Optional): SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES CASE NUMBER: STIPULATION AND ORDER ­ MOTIONS IN LIMINE This stipulation is intended to provide fast and informal resolution of evidentiary issues through diligent efforts to define and discuss such issues and limit paperwork. The parties agree that: 1. At least ____ days before the final status conference, each party will provide all other parties with a list containing a one paragraph explanation of each proposed motion in limine. Each one paragraph explanation must identify the substance of a single proposed motion in limine and the grounds for the proposed motion. 2. The parties thereafter will meet and confer, either in person or via teleconference or videoconference, concerning all proposed motions in limine. In that meet and confer, the parties will determine: a. Whether the parties can stipulate to any of the proposed motions. If the parties so stipulate, they may file a stipulation and proposed order with the Court. b. Whether any of the proposed motions can be briefed and submitted by means of a short joint statement of issues. For each motion which can be addressed by a short joint statement of issues, a short joint statement of issues must be filed with the Court 10 days prior to the final status conference. Each side's portion of the short joint statement of issues may not exceed three pages. The parties will meet and confer to agree on a date and manner for exchanging the parties' respective portions of the short joint statement of issues and the process for filing the short joint statement of issues. 3. All proposed motions in limine that are not either the subject of a stipulation or briefed via a short joint statement of issues will be briefed and filed in accordance with the California Rules of Court and the Los Angeles Superior Court Rules. LACIV 075 (new) LASC Approved 04/11 STIPULATION AND ORDER ­ MOTIONS IN LIMINE Page 1 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com SHORT TITLE: CASE NUMBER: The following parties stipulate: Date: ¾ (TYPE OR PRINT NAME) (ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF) Date: ¾ (TYPE OR PRINT NAME) (ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT) Date: ¾ (TYPE OR PRINT NAME) (ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT) Date: (TYPE OR PRINT NAME) ¾ (ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT) Date: ¾ (TYPE OR PRINT NAME) (ATTORNEY FOR _____________________) Date: ¾ (TYPE OR PRINT NAME) (ATTORNEY FOR _____________________) Date: ¾ (TYPE OR PRINT NAME) (ATTORNEY FOR _____________________) THE COURT SO ORDERS. Date: JUDICIAL OFFICER LACIV 075 (new) LASC Approved 04/11 STIPULATION AND ORDER ­ MOTIONS IN LIMINE Page 2 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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