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Report of Parties' Planning Meeting - Adversary Case
IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF KANSAS
vs Adversary No.
Report of Parties' Planning Meeting
(Held pursuant to Fed. R. Civ.P.26(f))
1. Pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(f), a Parties Planning Meeting was held on (date)
and was attended by:
Name Address and Phone Party represented
2. Nature of Complaint or Matter: _______________________ (e.g. Adversary
proceeding objecting to discharge, motion for relief from stay, etc.)3. Pre-Discovery Disclosures. The parties [choose one] [have exchanged]
[will exchange] the information required by Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(a)(1) on or before
4. All pretrial discovery will be commenced in time to be completed by ___________
5. Reports from retained experts under Rule 26(a)(2) shall be due from ________
(name of party) to ____________ (name of party) by _______ (date), and from
_________(name of party) to _____________ (name of party) by ________ (date).
6. ____________ (name of party) shall prepare and submit a Pretrial Order not later
than _______ (date). Final lists of witnesses and exhibits under Fed. R.Civ.
P.26(a)(3) shall be due from both parties by the same date and shall be submitted
with the Pretrial Order.
7. Any motion for leave to join additional parties or to otherwise amend the pleadings
shall be filed by (date). [Note: The deadline shall be set 30
days before the proposed pretrial order deadline].
8. All dispositive motions shall be filed by (date).9. Settlement [choose one]: [is likely] [is unlikely] [cannot be evaluated prior to
10. Do the parties believe Alternative Dispute Resolution might be helpful? Yes/No
11. This case can be ready for trial not later than (date)
and is expected to take ____________ (number of trial days estimated).12. Special issues: [If you are aware of discovery, settlement, or other issues thatmight dictate how this case should be handled, please address those issues here.]
13. The Court is often able to cancel the Scheduling Conference, upon receipt of the
Parties’ Planning Meeting Report, if the parties are in consensus on the scheduling
of the matter. Does any party request the Court conduct a Scheduling Conference
in this case (such as, e.g., to discuss discovery disputes, settlement possibilities, or
any other relevant matters), notwithstanding the submission of this Report?
a. The parties consent to canceling the Scheduling conference OR
b. The parties (or party – name the party) request(s) the Scheduling
Conference be held.
Report should be prepared by counsel for the plaintiff (if Adversary Proceeding) and circulated
in time for filing with the Court not later than four working days prior to the previously noticed
scheduling conference. The failure of the parties to file this report may result in the summary
dismissal of the complaint or contested matter.
Approval signatures of all counsel:
(Signature lines shall include all counsels’ Supreme Court ID numbers, addresses, phone numbers
and business email address).