Loop AI Labs, Inc. v. Gatti et al
Order by Magistrate Judge Donna M. Ryu granting 391 Motion for Leave to File Separate Discovery Letter. (dmrlc1, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 1/20/2016)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
LOOP AI LABS INC,
Case No. 15-cv-00798-HSG (DMR)
ANNA GATTI, et al.,
ORDER GRANTING PLAINTIFF’S
APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO FILE
SEPARATE DISCOVERY LETTER
Re: Dkt. Nos. 391, 392
On January 6, 2016, the court ordered Plaintiff Loop AI Labs Inc. (“Plaintiff”) and
Defendant Almawave USA, Inc. (“Almawave”) to submit a joint discovery letter by January 15,
United States District Court
Northern District of California
2016 regarding three discovery disputes. [Docket No. 355.] The parties did not file a joint letter
by January 15, 2016. Instead, Loop filed an application for leave to separately file its portion of
the joint discovery letter (Docket No. 391), and Almawave filed a notice about the parties’
inability to submit a joint letter, to which it attached its portion of the joint letter and exhibits
thereto (Docket No. 392).
Loop’s application is granted. Loop shall file its portion of the discovery letter by close of
business on January 21, 2016. Loop’s portion shall not exceed four pages (12-point font or
greater; margins no less than one inch) and may not include footnotes. Pursuant to the court’s
Standing Order, the parties may attach to discovery letters one exhibit that sets forth each disputed
discovery request in full, followed immediately by the objections and/or responses thereto. No
other exhibits shall be submitted without prior court approval. The court will only consider
exhibits that conform with the court’s Standing Order. Therefore, since Almawave submitted
exhibits which contain the disputed discovery requests and responses thereto, Loop need not
attach any exhibits to its portion of the discovery letter.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: January 20, 2016
Donna M. Ryu
United States Magistrate Judge
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