Securities and Exchange Commission v. Adrew T.E. Coldicutt et al
MINUTES OF Order to Show Cause Why an Order Compelling Compliance with Investigative Subpoenas Should Not Be Issued Hearing held before Judge Christina A. Snyder: Because respondents have represented to the Court that their counsel has prepared and c ould produce a privilege log that lacks only the Category 5 information, see Opp'n at 3, the Court ORDERS respondents to produce to the SEC forthwith, and no later than 8/3/2017, an amended privilege log in accordance with the Court's June 8 Order, excluding any Category 5 information that respondents have not yet determined. Respondents shall produce to the SEC on or before 8/28/2017 a complete amended privilege log. See document for specific details. Failure to timely comply with the Court's order will constitute a waiver of attorney-client privilege and any other objection to the SEC's subpoenas. Court Reporter: Laura Elias. (gk)
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