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Case 1:04-cv-01494-JJF Document 203 Filed 06/08/2007 Page 1 of 2
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
In re: :
NORTHWESTERN CORPORATION, 3 Chapter 11
Reorganized Debtor. E Case No. 03-12872-KJC
MAGTEN ASSET MANAGEMENT ;
CORPORATION and LAW DEBENTURE :
‘ TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK :
Plaintiffs, ;
v. E Civil Action No. 04-1494-JJF
NORTHWESTERN CORPORATION 5
Defendant. E
MAGTEN ASSET MANAGEMENT CORP., E
Plaintiff, E
v. ; Civil Action No. 05-499-JJF
MIKE J. HANSON and ERNIE J. 3
KINDT, :
Defendants. E
MEMORANDUM ORDER
Plaintiffs in the above—captioned actions filed a Joint
Motion To Amend The Scheduling Order (D.I. 210 in Civil Action
No. 05-499; D.I. 176 in Civil Action No. 04-1494) requesting the
Court to increase the number of depositions and extend the fact
discovery cut—off date to allow for the completion of the
increased number of depositions. In their accompanying

Case 1:04-cv-01494-JJF Document 203 Filed 06/08/2007 Page 2 of 2
Memorandum Of Law, Plaintiffs acknowledge raising the same issues
raised here in their Emergency Motion To Compel (D.I. 175 in
Civil Action No. 05-499; D.I. 139 in Civil Action No. 04-1494)
before the Special Master.
On June 1, 2007, the Special Master issued a Report And
Recommendation concluding that each side should be permitted to
take 15 depositions, and the revised fact deposition cutoff date
should be moved from May 2, 2007 to June 30, 2007. Because the
Special Master has already addressed the issues raised in the
instant Motion, the Court will deny the Motion. Any objections
to the Special Master rulings in this regard should be raised
consistently with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 53(g).
NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Plaintiffs’ Joint
Motion To Amend The Scheduling Order (D.I. 210 in Civil Action
No. 05-499; D.I. 176 in Civil Action No. 04-1494} is DENIED.
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