Malibu Media v. John Does 1-42
MINUTE ORDER. Defendant Doe #41's Unopposed Motion for ContinuedPermission to Proceed Anonymously 43 and Defendant Doe #41's Motion for Extension of Time to Answer, Plead, or Otherwise Respond to the Amended Complaint 42 . Both motions are granted as set forth in this Minute Order by Magistrate Judge Michael E. Hegarty on 10/23/12.(jjhsl, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 12-cv-01953-WYD-MEH
PATRICK COLLINS, INC.,
JOHN DOES 1-42,
Entered by Michael E. Hegarty, United States Magistrate Judge, on October 23, 2012.
Pending before the Court are Defendant Doe #41's Unopposed Motion for Continued
Permission to Proceed Anonymously [filed October 19, 2012; docket #43] and Defendant Doe #41's
Motion for Extension of Time to Answer, Plead, or Otherwise Respond to the Amended Complaint
Filed October 18, 2012 [filed October 19, 2012; docket #42]. Both motions are granted as follows.
First, Doe #41 shall file an answer or otherwise respond to Plaintiff’s amended complaint on or
before November 2, 2012. In accordance with this extension, Defendant Doe #41 may continue
proceeding anonymously for the sole purpose of filing a motion to dismiss, a motion to sever, or
negotiating a settlement with Plaintiff. If, by November 2, 2012, Doe #41 has not filed either of
the aforementioned motions or notified the Court of a settlement, the Court will remove any and all
restrictions on Doe #41's identifying information. However, if an aforementioned motion is filed
by the deadline and following the resolution of the motion, Doe #41 must request additional
permission to continue proceeding anonymously.
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