Haukereid v. National Passenger Railroad Corporation

Filing 60

ORDER directing the parties to send no more letters to Chambers regarding discovery disputes. A Joint Report on the issues about written discovery on other incidents due by July 28. The Court will hold a hearing on all the current discovery issues on Friday, 1 August 2014 at 2:30 p.m. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 7/24/2014. (Attachments: # 1 Attachment No. 1 - Amtrak Letter, # 2 Attachment No. 2 - Haukereid Letter, # 3 Attachment No. 3 - Amtrak Response Letter)(jak)

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FRIDAY ELDREDGE I Kristopher B. Knox Attorney Direct: (501) 370-1471 Fax: (501) 537-2917 E-mail: kknox@fridayfirm.com & CLARI{LLI' 400 West Capitol Avenue Suite 2000 Little Rock, Arkansas 72201-3522 www.FridayFirm.com July 23, 2014 Via Electronic Mail The Honorable D.P. Marshall, Jr. United States District Judge, Eastern District of Arkansas 600 W. Captiol Avenue, Room B155 Little Rock, Arkansas 72201 RE: Haukereid v. National Railroad Passenger Corporation, d/b/a Amtrak No. 3:13,.CV-0092-DPM, USDC, E.D., Jonesboro Division Dear Judge Marshall: We are writing to you in response to the Plaintiffs letter from today about Amtrak's production of prior police investigation reports. We were surprised that the Plaintiff brought this to your attention without the use of a joint report as required by the Court's Scheduling Order. Before having a hearing on this issue, we respectfully request that the Court ask the Plaintiff to submit a draft joint report to Amtrak so that this issue can be presented to the Court with the proper input from Amtrak. If the Court disagrees with this approach, we are available to discuss the issue addressed in the Plaintiff's letter at the Court's convenience. Sincerely, ~14c Kristopher B. Knox KBK/ld enc. cc: Bruce McMath (sent via electronic mail) Neil Chamberlin (sent via electronic mail) Carter Stein (sent via electronic mail)

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