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Joint Case Conference Report

This is a Nevada form that can be used for Discovery within County, Clark, District Court.

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RPT Attorney's Name Attorney's Bar Number Attorney's Firm Name Attorney's Address Attorney's Phone Number Party Attorney Represents DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA Plaintiff, v. CASE NO. DEPT NO. Defendants. A JOINT CASE CONFERENCE REPORT DISPUTE RESOLUTION CONFERENCE REQUIRED: YES______ NO______ SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE REQUESTED: YES______ NO______ If yes, list five dates that parties are available to attend a Settlement Conference (provide dates that are at least 90 days after the filing of the Case Conference Report - all Settlement Conferences will be set at 10:30 a.m., Tuesdays through Fridays): American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com I. PROCEEDINGS PRIOR TO CASE CONFERENCE REPORT A. B. C. ATTENDED: DATE OF FILING OF COMPLAINT: DATE OF FILING OF ANSWER BY EACH DEFENDANT: DATE THAT EARLY CASE CONFERENCE WAS HELD AND WHO II. A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE NATURE OF THE ACTION AND EACH CLAIM FOR RELIEF OR DEFENSE: A. B. C. [16.1(c)(1)] Description of the action: Claims for relief: Defenses: III. LIST OF ALL DOCUMENTS, DATA COMPILATIONS AND TANGIBLE THINGS IN THE POSSESSION, CUSTODY OR CONTROL OF EACH PARTY WHICH WERE IDENTIFIED OR PROVIDED AT THE EARLY CASE CONFERENCE OR AS A RESULT THEREOF: A. B. [16.1(a)(1)(B) and 16.1(c)(4)] Plaintiff: Defendant: 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com IV. LIST OF PERSONS IDENTIFIED BY EACH PARTY AS LIKELY TO HAVE INFORMATION DISCOVERABLE UNDER RULE 26(b), INCLUDING IMPEACHMENT OR REBUTTAL WITNESSES: A. B. Plaintiff: Defendant: [16.1(a)(1)(A) and 16.1(c)(3)] V. DISCOVERY PLAN A. [16.1(b)(2) and 16.1(c)(2)] What changes, if any, should be made in the timing, form or requirements for disclosures under 16.1(a): 1. 2. Plaintiff's view: Defendant's view: When disclosures under 16.1(a)(1) were made or will be made: 1. Plaintiff's disclosures: ___________________________ enter calendar date 2. B. Defendant's disclosures: ___________________________ enter calendar date Subjects on which discovery may be needed: 1. 2. Plaintiff's view: Defendant's view: 3 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com C. Should discovery be conducted in phases or limited to or focused upon particular issues? 1. 2. D. Plaintiff's view: Defendant's view: What changes, if any, should be made in limitations on discovery imposed under these rules and what, if any, other limitations should be imposed? 1. 2. Plaintiff's view: Defendant's view: E. What, if any, other orders should be entered by court under Rule 26(c) or Rule 16(b) and (c): 1. 2. F. Plaintiff's view: Defendant's view: Estimated time for trial: 1. 2. Plaintiff's view:_______________. (number of court days) Defendant's view:_______________. (number of court days) VI. DISCOVERY AND MOTION DATES A. Dates agreed by the parties: 1. Close of discovery: _____________________________ enter calendar date [16.1(c)(5)-(8)] 4 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 2. Final date to file motions to amend pleadings or _____________________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 90 days before close of discovery) add parties (without a further court order): 3. Final dates for expert disclosures: i. initial disclosure: ____________________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 90 days before discovery cut-off date) ii. rebuttal disclosures: ___________________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 30 days after initial disclosure of experts) 4. Final date to file dispositive motions: __________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 30 days after discovery cut-off date) B. In the event the parties do not agree on dates, the following section must be completed: 1. Plaintiff's suggested close of discovery: ___________________________ enter calendar date Defendant's suggested close of discovery: ___________________________ enter calendar date 2. Final date to file motions to amend pleadings or add parties (without a further court order): Plaintiff's suggested: ____________________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 90 days before close of discovery) Defendant's suggested: ____________________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 90 days before close of discovery) 5 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 3. Final dates for expert disclosures: i. Plaintiff's suggested initial disclosure: ____________________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 90 days before discovery cut-off date) Defendant's suggested initial disclosure: ____________________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 90 days before discovery cut-off date) ii. Plaintiff's suggested rebuttal disclosures: ___________________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 30 days after initial disclosure of experts) Defendant's suggested rebuttal disclosures: ___________________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 30 days after initial disclosure of experts) 4. Final date to file dispositive motions: Plaintiff's suggested: __________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 30 days after discovery cut-off date) Defendant's suggested: __________________ enter calendar date (Not later than 30 days after discovery cut-off date) Failure to agree on the calendar dates in this subdivision shall result in a discovery planning conference. VII. JURY DEMAND [16.1(c)(10)] A jury demand has been filed: _________________. (Yes/No) 6 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com VIII. INITIAL DISCLOSURES/OBJECTIONS [16.1(a)(1)] If a party objects during the Early Case Conference that initial disclosures are not appropriate in the circumstances of this case, those objections must be stated herein. The Court shall determine what disclosures, if any, are to be made and shall set the time for such disclosure. This report is signed in accordance with rule 26(g)(1) of the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure. Each signature constitutes a certification that to the best of the signer's knowledge, information and belief, formed after a reasonable inquiry, the disclosures made by the signer are complete and correct as of this time. Dated:_____________________ Dated:______________________ By__________________________ Attorney's Name Attorney's Bar Number Attorney's Firm Name Attorney's Address Attorney's Phone Number ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF By__________________________ Attorney's Name Attorney's Bar Number Attorney's Firm Name Attorney's Address Attorney's Phone Number ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT 7 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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