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Thompson v. Polaris Industries Inc.

United States District Court, D. Arizona

May 22, 2019

Michael Thompson, et al., Plaintiffs,
v.
Polaris Industries Incorporated, et al., Defendants.

          ORDER

          HONORABLE DIANE J. HUMETEWA UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE.

         On May 21, 2019, the Court held the Final Pretrial Conference in this matter. The jury trial in this matter is set for October 29, 2019, at 9:00 am.

         I. Trial Time Limits

         The Court will amend its ruling from the Final Pretrial Conference regarding the time limits for each party at trial. The Court will impose the following trial time limits:

A. 1 hour for opening statements, 1.5 hours for closing statements, and 0.5 hours for rebuttal statements for Plaintiffs;
B. 1 hour for opening statements and 1.5 hours for closing statements for Defendants;
C. 28 hours for Plaintiffs' case, including cross-examination of other parties' witnesses;
D. 28 hours for Defendants' case, including cross-examination of other parties' witnesses;
E. 6 hours for rebuttal; and F. 3 hours for sur-rebuttal, which will only be permitted if the need arises.

         II. Settlement Conference

         On or before August 9, 2019, the parties shall jointly file a status report indicating whether the parties would like the Court to refer the matter to a Magistrate Judge for a settlement conference.

         III. Supplemental Motions in Limine

         As discussed at the Final Pretrial Conference, the Court will provide the parties leave to further brief specific motions in limine that the Court was unable to issue a ruling on due to the parties' failure to identify specific evidence or failure to provide relevant authority. If the parties choose to file supplemental motions in limine, the motion and response are each limited to three (3) pages with no more than ten (10) pages of attached exhibits. All supplemental motions in limine shall be filed on or before July 12, 2019, any response shall be filed on or before July 19, 2019, and no reply will be permitted. The supplemental motions should not repeat arguments made in the original motion in limine; rather, any supplemental motion in limine should address the deficiencies identified by the Court in its May 17, 2019 Order (Doc. 271).

         The Court will permit Plaintiffs to file supplemental motions in limine regarding the following motions: Docs. 188, 189, 206, 209, 210, 217, and 227. The Court will permit Defendants to file supplemental motions in ...


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