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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

DISTRICT OF ARIZONA

UNITED STATES SECURITY AND
EXCHANGE COMMISSION

Plaintiff,

v.

MAYNARD L. JENKINS,
Defendant,

and

CSK AUTO CORPORATION,

Intervenor.

CASE NO. CV 09-01510 PHX RJB

ORDER REGARDING INITIAL
DISCLOSURES, JOINT STATUS
REPORT, AND EARLY
SETTLEMENT

I. JOINT STATUS REPORT & DISCOVERY PLAN

All Counsel and any pro se parties are directed to confer and provide the Court with a combined
Joint Status Report and Discovery Plan (the “Report”) by April 25, 2011. This conference shall be done
by direct and personal communication, whether that be a face-to-face meeting or a telephonic
conference. The Report will be used in setting a schedule for the prompt completion of the case. It must
contain the following information by corresponding paragraph numbers:

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A statement of the nature and complexity of the case.
A statement of which ADR method (mediation, arbitration, or other) should be used. If
the parties believe there should be no ADR, the reasons for that belief should be stated.
Whether the case should be bifurcated by trying the liability issues before the damages
issues, or bifurcated in any other way.
Any other suggestions for shortening or simplifying the case.

ORDER REGARDING INITIAL DISCLOSURES, JOINT STATUS REPORT, AND EARLY
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The date the case will be ready for trial, keeping in mind that the trial date should be set
as soon as is feasible for the parties and the court.
Whether the trial will be jury or non-jury.
The total number of trial days required.
The dates on which trial counsel may have complications to be considered in setting a
trial date.

If the parties are unable to agree on any part of the Report, they may answer in separate

paragraphs. SEPARATE REPORTS SHOULD NOT BE FILED.

The time for filing the Report may be extended only by court order. Any request for extension
should be made by telephone to Judge Bryan’s Courtroom Deputy, Dara Kaleel, at 253-882-3824, or
by email at [email protected] If the parties wish to have a status conference with the
Court at any time during the pendency of this action, they should notify Ms. Kaleel.

II. PLAINTIFF’S RESPONSIBILITY

Plaintiff’s counsel will be responsible for starting the communications needed to comply

with this order and for filing the Joint Status Report.

III. EARLY SETTLEMENT CONSIDERATION

When civil cases are settled early – before they become costly and time-consuming – all

parties and the court benefit. If settlement is achieved, counsel shall notify Ms. Kaleel.

A failure by any party to comply fully with this Order may result in the imposition of

IV. SANCTIONS

sanction.

V. COURTESY COPIES

The requirement for courtesy copies set forth on page 9 of the District of Arizona’s Electronic

Case File Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual is hereby waived, with the exception of
pleadings of 100 or more total pages.

DATED this 23rd day of February, 2011.

ARobert J Bryan

United States District Judge

ORDER REGARDING INITIAL DISCLOSURES, JOINT STATUS REPORT, AND EARLY
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