The judge in a lawsuit filed by Richard Campfield, founder of Ultra Bond in Grand Junction, Colo., against Safelite has approved a change of schedule in the suit, at the request of both parties. Campfield is suing the company for allegedly utilizing misleading advertising and damaging his business.
The parties requested an extension of the fact discovery deadline until June 1. This is based on the fact that they are attempting to schedule the depositions of Campfield and one of his technicians, Brian Ladage.
“Due to logistical issues, Mr. Campfield, Mr. Ladage, and the parties’ respective counsel could only find availability for those depositions during the week of May 28, 2018,” write the parties in a joint motion. “Therefore, the parties jointly request an extension of the fact discovery deadline until June 1, 2018 to permit these depositions to go forward that week.”
All expert discovery shall be completed by August 29, 2018, according to the motion and subsequent order.
“All parties shall schedule their discovery in such a way as to require all responses to discovery to be served prior to the cut-off date, and shall file any motions relating to discovery within the discovery period unless it is impossible or impractical to do so,” reads the motion.
Motions for summary judgment must be filed by October 19, 2018. Any expert rebuttal report by plaintiffs must be provided by August 21, 2018.