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Final Pretrial Order (Judge Cassling)

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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS EASTERN DIVISION In re: ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Bankruptcy No. Chapter 7 Honorable Donald R. Cassling Adversary No. Debtor(s). Plaintiff, v. Defendant(s). FINAL PRETRIAL ORDER The following provisions will govern the future course of this proceeding. Failure to comply with the provisions of this order may result in waiver of claims or defenses, dismissal, default, exclusion or admission of evidence, or other sanction, as justice may require. Counsel for all parties are hereby ordered to confer and together prepare and file with the court on or before _______________, a joint document captioned "Pretrial Statement." The Pretrial Statement will contain the following information: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A brief statement of the theory of each claim and each defense; A statement of stipulated facts in numbered paragraphs; A statement in numbered paragraphs setting out the material facts in dispute; Each party's list of witnesses with any objections noted, stating grounds; and Each party's list of exhibits it plans to offer with objections noted, stating grounds. On or before _______________, each party will provide all other parties a copy, and the court two copies, of all exhibits to be used at trial. Each exhibit shall be tabbed, pre-marked, e.g., "Trustee's Exhibit 1," and inserted into binders. In addition, each party shall provide the Court an electronic copy of all exhibits in PDF format via email to the courtroom deputy at CRD_Cassling Any exhibit to which an objection is not raised in the American LegalNet, Inc. Pretrial Statement will be received in evidence without an offer during the trial. All dispositive motions, including summary judgment motions, must be fully briefed and be set for hearing not less than sixty (60) days before trial date. Trial is set for _______________ at 10:00 a.m. in courtroom 619, 219 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois 60604. ENTERED: DATE: _______________ _______________________ Donald R. Cassling United States Bankruptcy Judge American LegalNet, Inc.

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