PEER v. DOI

Filing DateFiling PartyDocket Text
03/21/2011PlaintiffPlaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment 
03/08/2011CourtOrder Granting Motion to Extend the Briefing Schedule 
03/08/2011PlaintiffPlaintiff’s Consent Motion to Extend Briefing Schedule by Seven Days 
02/10/2011DefendantsFederal Defendants’ Notice of Conventional Filing of the Administrative Record 
02/09/2011CourtOrder Granting Safari Club International and the National Rifle Association’s Motion for Leave to Intervene 
02/08/2011SCI and NRASafari Club International and National Rifle Assocition of America’s Reply in Support of Motion to Intervene 
02/01/2011DefendantsPlaintiff’s Response in Opposition to the Motion of Safari Club International and National Rifle Association for Leave to Participate as Intervenors 
02/01/2011DefendantsFederal Defendants’ Response to Motion for Leave to Intervene of Safari Club International and National Rifle Association 
01/18/2011Safaric Club International (SCI) and National Rifle Association of America (NRA)Motion for Leave to Intervene of Safari Club International and National Rifle Association of America 
01/10/2011CourtScheduling Order 
01/10/2011PlaintiffsParties’ Joint Motion for Entry of Proposed Scheduling Order 
01/03/2011DefendantsFederal Defendants’ Answer to First Amended and Supplemental Complaint 
12/17/2010PlaintiffFirst Amended and Supplemental Complaint 
12/17/2010 CourtMINUTE ORDER granting 7 Unopposed Motion to Amend Complaint: it is hereby ORDERED that plaintiff’s motion to file an amended and supplemental complaint is GRANTED; it is further ORDERED that plaintiff shall file its amended and supplemental complaint; it is further ORDERED that, as provided by the November 1, 2010 Scheduling Order, defendants shall file their answer to the amended and supplemental complaint by January 3, 2011; and it is further ORDERED that within five business days after defendants’ answer is filed, the parties shall jointly propose a briefing schedule, indicating any points of disagreement therein. Signed by Judge Ellen S. Huvelle on December 17, 2010. (AG) (Entered: 12/17/2010)
12/16/2010DefendantsDefendants’ Response to Plaintiff’s Motion for Leave to File Amended and Supplemental Complaint 
11/29/2010PlaintiffsPlaintiff’s Motion for Leave to File Amended and Supplemental Complaint 
11/01/2010  CourtMINUTE ORDER (SCHEDULING ORDER): upon consideration of 6 the Status Report and Joint Proposed Briefing Schedule filed on October 29, 2010, it is hereby ORDERED that plaintiff will file a motion for leave to file along with a proposed amended and supplemental complaint by November 29, 2010; it is further ORDERED that if the Court grants plaintiff leave to file, defendants will file a responsive pleading to the amended and supplemental complaint within seventeen days after the amended and supplemental complaint is accepted for filing; it is further ORDERED that the parties will jointly, or separately if they cannot agree, propose a briefing schedule within five business days following the filing of defendants’ responsive pleading; and it is further ORDERED that if the Court denies leave to file an amended and supplemental complaint, the parties will jointly, or separately if they cannot agree, propose a briefing schedule within five business days following the issuance of that order. Signed by Judge Ellen S. Huvelle on November 1, 2010. (AG) Modified on 12/17/2010 (AG, ). (Entered: 11/01/2010)
10/29/2010CourtJoint Status Report and Proposed Schedule 
10/27/2010  CourtMINUTE ORDER. Having considered the motion of Safari Club [Dkt #2], defendant’s opposition thereto, and the reply, the Court will grant the motion but Safari Club’s status as an amicus will be limited to filing an amicus brief that responds to plaintiff’s motion. The brief will be filed five calendar days after defendant’s brief is due, it will limit its arguments to points not covered by the defendant, and it will not exceed fifteen (15) pages. Signed by Judge Ellen S. Huvelle on October 27, 2010. (lcesh1) (lcesh1, ) (Entered: 10/27/2010)
10/22/2010Safari Club InternationalReply in Support of Motion by Safari Club International for Leave to Participate as Amicus Curiae 
10/14/2010DefendantsFederal Defendants’ Answer 
10/12/2010DefendantsDefendants’ Response in Opposition to the Motion of Safari Club International for Leave to Participate as Amicus Curiae 
09/24/2010Safari Club InternationalMotion of Safari Club International for Leave to Participate as Amicus Curiae and Memorandum in Support of Motion 
07/28/2010Plaintiffs  Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief
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