Tagata et al v. Schwarz Pharma Incorporated et al
ORDER: Plaintiff shall comply with the Courts Order by 10/31/14; as Plaintiff has already been warned, if Plaintiff fails to timely comply with the Courts Order, Defendants motion may be summarily be granted and dismissed with prejudice without further notice to Plaintiff.. Signed by Judge James A Soto on 10/28/14.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA
Judith Tagata, et al.,
Schwarz Pharma Incorporated, et al.,
On 8/4/14, the Court issued a detailed Order requiring the parties to provide paper
copies of any authority or evidence relied upon by the parties in relation to filings before
the Court. See Doc. 13. While Defendant timely complied with this Order, Plaintiff
failed to comply with this Order despite the fact that the Order explicitly warned that
non-compliance could result in dismissal with prejudice. See id. at pp. 3-4 (“Within
seven days after a document is filed, the parties shall provide the Court with paper copies
in strict compliance with this Order and file a notice that they have strictly complied with
the requirements in this Order; failure to timely file this required notice will be viewed as
a party's admission that they have failed to comply with this Court's Order . . . If a party
fails to submit the required authority binder and other paper copies required by this
Order, the Court may summarily deny or grant a motion as applicable to the party that
failed to comply with this Order, and the Court may dismiss the case with prejudice or
enter a default judgment as to the non-complying party”). The Court has not received the
required copies from Plaintiff, and the docket reflects that Plaintiff did not file a notice
reflecting that she attempted to comply with the Court’s Order. See Catz v. Chalker,512
Fed.Appx. 693, 694 (9th Cir. 2013) (affirming dismissal with prejudice for failure to
comply with the district court’s order requiring plaintiff to submit an authority binder
containing any authority relied upon to support his briefs) (unpublished disposition); Catz
v. Chalker, CV 03-91-TUC-FRZ (Doc. 362 at pp. 1-2).
Plaintiff shall comply with the Court’s Order by 10/31/14; as Plaintiff has already
been warned, if Plaintiff fails to timely comply with the Court’s Order, Defendant’s
motion may be summarily be granted and dismissed with prejudice without further notice
Dated this 28th day of October, 2014.
Honorable James A. Soto
United States District Judge
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