Roberts v. Kevmar Capital Corporation et al
ORDER granting 32 Motion for Discovery in excess of rule limit. Signed by Judge Kristine G. Baker on 11/5/12. (kpr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
No. 4:11-cv-681 KGB
KEVMAR CAPITAL CORPORATION and
JPMORGAN CHASE - CHASE BANK USA NA
Before the Court is plaintiff’s motion to seek discovery in excess of rule limit (Dkt. No. 32).
Plaintiff Casey Roberts seeks the Court’s leave to propound certain discovery requests to defendant
Kevmar Capital Corporation (“Kevmar”) that were previously served on Kevmar. Those requests
are attached as Exhibit A to his motion. Mr. Roberts claims he propounded 23 interrogatories, not
counting subparts, to Kevmar. According to Mr. Roberts, Kevmar answered the first seven
interrogatories and objected to the remaining ones as exceeding the maximum number of
interrogatories allowed under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. For good cause shown, Mr.
Roberts’s request to propound the discovery attached as Exhibit A to his motion is granted. The
Court notes that, if he wishes the Court to rule on Kevmar’s objections to the first seven
interrogatories or any others, he should file a motion to compel.
SO ORDERED this 5th day of November, 2012.
Kristine G. Baker
United States District Judge
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