GROOMS & COMPANY CONSTRUCTION, INC. v. USA
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|December 9, 2015
UNREPORTED ORDER. The Clerks Office is directed to DISMISS, with prejudice, plaintiffs complaint in this matter for failure to prosecute pursuant to RCFC 41(b). Signed by Judge Lynn J. Bush. (kh) Copy to parties.
|November 10, 2015
Docketed for Administrative Purposes ORDER denying 28 Motion to Dismiss - Rule 41(b). Plaintiffs counsel shall PROVIDE a copy of this order to each of the principals of Grooms & Company Construction, Inc. on or before November 16, 2015. On or before November 30, 2015, plaintiff shall FILE the parties Joint Status Report proposing a revision of the discovery schedule set forth in the courts order of June 4, 2015.. Signed by Judge Lynn J. Bush. (jt1) Copy to parties.
|January 2, 2014
SCHEDULING ORDER:Initial disclosures due by 1/30/2014. Fact Discovery due by 10/28/2014. On or before December 16, 2014, plaintiff shall designate expert(s) witnesses and serve report(s) on defendant. Defendant shall designa te expert(s) witnesses and serve reports and response on plaintiff, on or before February 17, 2015. Plaintiff shall serve response report(s) to defendant on or before April 16, 2015. Defendant shall serve reply report(s) to plaintiff on or before May 19, 2015. Experts shall be available for deposition: May 25, 2016 - June 25, 2015. Status Report due by 7/16/2015 Signed by Judge Lynn J. Bush. (TQ) Copy to parties.
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