7026-1 DISCOVERY LIMITATIONS

7026-1 Discovery Limitations

(a) Pursuant to the provisions of FRCivP 26(a)(1), and unless otherwise ordered by the Court in the specific adversary proceeding, contested petition, or contested matter, the automatic disclosure procedures described therein shall not be required in any action pending in this court, nor shall any automatic disclosures of any type be required in any action pending in this court.
(b) Pursuant to the provisions of FRCivP 26(a)(2)(B), and unless otherwise ordered by the Court in the specific adversary proceeding, contested petition, or contested matter, the expert witness disclosure requirements described therein shall not be required in any action pending in this court, and all disclosure of matters pertaining to expert witnesses shall be performed in accordance with the provisions of a scheduling or other order entered in the specific adversary proceeding, contested petition, or contested matter, or pursuant to the provisions of FRCivP 30, 33, and 34, as
applicable.
(c) Pursuant to the provisions of FRCivP 26(a)(3), and unless otherwise ordered by the Court in the specific adversary proceeding, contested petition, or contested matter, the pretrial disclosure requirements described therein shall not be required in any action pending in this court, and all disclosure of matter of the type described therein shall be performed in accordance with the provisions of LBR 9017-1 and any pretrial, scheduling or status order.
(d) Pursuant to the provisions of FRCivP 26(b)(2), and unless otherwise ordered by the Court in the specific adversary proceeding, contested petition, or contested matter, there shall be no presumptive limitations upon the number of oral or written depositions taken (See FRCivP 30(a)(2)(A) and 31(a)(2)(A)) or upon the number of interrogatories to parties served (See FRCivP 33(a)) in any action pending in this court. If any party believes that any such proposed discovery is burdensome, oppressive or otherwise improper, that party shall have the burden of seeking a
protective order against such proposed discovery in accordance with the provisions of FRCivP 26(c) and, if applicable, FRCivP 45.
(e) Pursuant to the provisions of FRCivP 26(d) and 26(f), and unless otherwise ordered by the Court in the specific adversary proceeding, contested petition, or contested matter, there is no requirement that parties or counsel engage in any meet-and-confer procedure prior to any scheduling conference or prior to seeking discovery in the first instance.
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