United States District Court, D. Maine
ZURICH AMERICAN INS. CO., Plaintiff and Counterclaim Defendant
ELECTRICITY MAINE LLC, et al., Defendant and Counterclaimant.
Torresen United States Chief District Judge
parties have agreed that they have satisfied the general
requirements of Rule 26(f) and that no discovery is needed.
The parties request that the case be moved to the
“administrative track, ” with no discovery
permitted without leave of court. I GRANT
the request and ask that the Clerk of Court place this case
on the Administrative track.
parties anticipate filing summary judgment motions, a
stipulated statement of material facts and a stipulated
record. The parties have jointly proposed, and I
APPROVE and ORDER, the
following schedule for briefing any motions for summary
Deadline for filing motions for summary judgment-December 8,
Deadline for responses to summary judgment motions-January 5,
Deadline for replies to summary judgment motions-January 15,
Memorandum Length: The motions for summary judgment
shall not exceed 20 pages.
Factual Statement Length: The parties estimate the
statement of fact consist of 10 statements of fact.
Record: The Defendant anticipates that the record
will be approximately 175 pages.
parties anticipate stipulation of all the facts and the
record documents. In the event that the parties are unable to
stipulate to all the facts, I ORDER as
Filing of the Record: The parties shall
confer to determine the summary judgment record. The record
shall consist of the universe of documents that any party may
cite to in their motions or statements of fact. The record
shall be filed on ECF in advance of the filing of any motion,
response or statement of fact and the parties shall make the
appropriate citations to the record (see paragraph 2
outlining citations to the record). The ECF event
“Local Rule 56(h) Record” can be found in the
“other documents” category of the “civil
events” listing on ECF.
If during the motion practice any party determines that they
need to supplement the record, they may file a supplemental
record, but shall not duplicate any record material already
on the docket. Any supplemental record shall be filed on ECF
in advance of the filing of any pleading so that the
appropriate citations to the record can be made.
Citations to the Record: Filing the record
in ECF in advance of the filing of any pleadings will
generate ECF document numbers and page ID numbers. When
citing documents from the record in statement of material
facts, counsel should contain ...