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Zynda v. Arwood

United States District Court, E.D. Michigan, Southern Division

October 3, 2016

JENNIFER ZYNDA, ET AL., Plaintiffs,
v.
STEVE ARWOOD, ET AL., Defendants.

          ORDER FOR IDENTIFICATION AND PRESENTATION OF EXHIBITS, HEARING BRIEFS AND PROPOSED FINDINGS FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION HEARING

          ROBERT H. CLELAND UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE.

         A hearing on a motion for Preliminary Injunction will be held on November 14, 2016 at 1:30 pm. Two hours are normally allocated for the proceedings on that date. Such hearings, in the experience of the court, are often comparable to non-jury trials, and counsel are thus directed comply with the following instructions:

         1) PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL TO CONVENE FIRST MEETING

         a) Plaintiff's counsel must convene a meeting of all attorneys, as soon as can practically be done after the motion for preliminary injunction is filed, to discuss and resolve the issues noted herein. Such meeting may be by telephone if all purposes of this order can be effectively dealt with through such means.

         b) Plaintiff's counsel must copy and distribute this document to each opposing counsel who enters or becomes involved in this case.

         2) EXHIBITS: Examining, Pre-marking and Listing:

         a) Counsel must identify in separate lists and exchange with opposing counsel each exhibit and each deposition proposed as an exhibit. “Exhibit” includes items which a party will introduce and items which a party may introduce.

         b) Counsel must promptly notify each other of any objections to the admissibility of a proposed exhibit and the basis of the objection.

         c) Agreed-upon exhibits and depositions shall be considered admitted at the outset of the hearing.

         d) All exhibits must be marked by counsel in advance of the hearing. Counsel must not use court time by asking the court reporter to mark exhibits. Plaintiff will use exhibit numbers beginning with 101, and defendant will use numbers beginning with

         3) FILING OR SUBMITTING TO CHAMBERS STIPULATED EXHIBITS, DEPOSITIONS, TRIAL BRIEFS AND OTHER MATTERS

         a) Counsel for the plaintiff, not later than three business days before the hearing date, shall:

i. file a joint list of exhibits and depositions (“Joint Exhibit List”). Each exhibit and each deposition that is not agreed to by the parties must be followed by a notation near the right margin of the page entitled “Objection”; this notation shall be followed by a brief statement describing the nature or basis of the opposing party's objection;
ii. file a joint statement of counsel concerning the suitability of consolidation of the hearing and trial under Rule 65(a)(2)[1] (“Rule ...

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