Wixon v. Unisys Short Term Disability Plan et al
||Unisys Short Term Disability Plan and Unisys Long Term Disability Plan
||May 13, 2009
||US District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
||Myron H. Thompson
||Terry F. Moorer
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||28 U.S.C. § 1132 E.R.I.S.A.
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|June 26, 2009
[VACATED PURSUANT TO COURT 17 ORDER ENTERED 10/8/2009.] FINAL SUBMISSION ORDER OF ENTIRE CASE: (1) This lawsuit is set for final submission, without oral argument, on 11/20/2009. (2) The parties are allowed until 9/25/2009 to complete discovery and the depositions of all persons whose testimony will be made a part of the evidentiary record. (3) By 10/9/2009, the parties are jointly to develop and submit to the court a record of the evidence--depositions, stipulations, affidavits, etc.--that th ey intend the court to rely upon as further set out in the order. (4) The parties are simultaneously to file their briefs on 11/6/2009. The parties are to file cross-reply briefs on 11/20/2009. (5) When the parties refer to evidence in their briefs, they must cite the specific document, volume, and Bates-stamped page number where the evidence can be found in the evidentiary record. A brief that fails to comply with these requirements will be struck. (6) In light of this agreed-upon disposition without a trial, the parties are no longer to file dispositive motions, that is, summary-judgment or dismissal motions. Signed by Honorable Myron H. Thompson on 6/26/2009. (dmn) Modified on 10/8/2009 (dmn).
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