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Santiago v. State

United States District Court, D. Hawaii

November 21, 2017

JONATHAN KIMO SANTIAGO, Plaintiff,
v.
STATE OF HAWAII; COUNTY OF HAWAII - HAWAII POLICE DEPARTMENT; JOHN DOES 1-100; JANE DOES 1-100; DOE GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES 1-10; BRYSON MIYOSE; KIMO VEINCENT, Defendants.

          ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF'S MOTION TO EXTEND DEADLINES TO JOIN ADDITIONAL PARTIES AND AMEND PLEADINGS AND EXTEND DEADLINES FOR DISCOVERY AND DISPOSITIVE MOTIONS

          KEVIN S.C. CHANG, UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE.

         Before the Court is Plaintiff Jonathan Kimo Santiago's (“Plaintiff”) Motion to Extend Deadlines to Join Additional Parties and Amend Pleadings and Extend Deadlines for Discovery and Dispositive Motions, filed November 2, 2017. The Court finds this matter suitable for disposition without a hearing pursuant to Rule 7.2(d) of the Local Rule of Practice for the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii (“Local Rules”). After considering the parties' submissions and the applicable law, the Court HEREBY DENIES Plaintiff's Motion for the reasons set forth below.

         BACKGROUND

         On November 29, 2016, this Court issued a Rule 16 Scheduling Order establishing the following pertinent deadlines:

• Add parties and amend pleadings - April 28, 2017
• Dispositive motions - June 28, 2017
• Expert disclosures - May 29, 2017 (Plaintiff); June 28, 2017 (Defendants)
• Discovery - September 29, 2017
• Trial - November 27, 2017

Doc. No. 13.

         On May 23, 2017, U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson approved in part a stipulation submitted by the parties and extended the dispositive motions and expert disclosure deadlines until July 28, 2017.[1]

         On June 16, 2017, John Marshall appeared on behalf of Plaintiff. Mr. Marshall moved to withdraw as counsel on July 22, 2017. On August 4, 2017, the Court orally granted his motion.

         On July 26, 2017, Defendants filed a motion for summary judgment. The motion is awaiting disposition.

         On October 13, 2017, trial was continued from November 27, 2017 to February 12, 2018 due to a scheduling conflict. Doc. No. 108. All deadlines in the Amended Rule 16 Scheduling Order, with the exception of trial-related ...


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