Bennett v. Lake Tahoe Resort Partners, L.L.C. et al
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|April 3, 2018
ORDER signed by District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller on 4/3/2018 ORDERING The Parties will jointly retain Neal Casper of Casper Development Resources, Inc.; the costs associated with the retention and use of Mr. Casper shall be shared equally by the Pa rties; however, nothing herein shall prelude Plaintiff from seeking to recover those costs from Defendants in settlement negotiations or litigation; Mr. Casper will be instructed to prepare a report of his findings following the inspection; a full a nd complete copy of the report will be provided to counsel for each Party; any Party or all Parties may use Mr. Casper as their expert witness in this Litigation. Any report(s), note(s), photograph(s), or other documentation generated by Mr. Casper as a result of his work on this case may be used by any or all Parties in this Litigation; the joint retention of Mr. Casper does not preclude any Party from retaining additional disability access consultant(s) for this Litigation. (Reader, L)
|March 12, 2018
ORDER signed by District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller on 3/12/18 ORDERING that this action is STAYED except as set forth herein and all previously set deadlines and hearings are VACATED pending further order of the court. The parties are directed to p romptly meet and confer to discuss settlement of this action. If the parties have not been able to informally reach a settlement within 45 days, the parties shall initiate participation in the court's Voluntary Dispute Resolution Program. (Becknal, R)
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