Eidler et al v. Brookdale Senior Living, Inc. et al
Supplemental Discovery Order.The attached order order amends the scope of the holding in the order at ECF No. 564-1. If the defendants want to stay the case, they must file a motion before the trial judge. Because their primary argument was to stay the discovery, the court allows the defendants to provide the ordinary scope objections to the discovery (such as privilege supported by a privilege log or burden). Any renewed dispute must be in a new joint letter brief. This moots the motion for reconsideration at ECF No. 566. (Beeler, Laurel) (Filed on 9/19/2022)
United States District Court
Northern District of California
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
San Francisco Division
STACIA STINER, et al.,
Case No. 17-cv-03962-HSG (LB)
Re: ECF No. 563
BROOKDALE SENIOR LIVING, INC., et
This supplemental order amends the scope of the holding in the order at ECF No. 564-1.
First, if the defendants want to stay the case, they must file a motion to stay the case before the
trial judge. The propriety of any stay is for the trial judge, not the undersigned.
Second, most of the defendants’ argument in the letter brief was about the stay, with some
secondary discussion about a lack of entitlement to privileged or work-product materials and
burden. The court gives the defendants an opportunity to beef up their resistance to the discovery
on grounds other than the stay and to provide a privilege log. Any renewed dispute must be in a
new joint letter brief.
This moots the motion for reconsideration at ECF No. 566.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: September 19, 2022
ORDER – No. 17-cv-03962-HSG (LB)
United States Magistrate Judge
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