Cambor v. Toyota Financial Services Ameicas Corporation et al
COURTROOM MINUTES for Motion Hearing held before Judge Richard P. Matsch on 12/8/2014. Granting 70 Plaintiff Roger Cambor's Motion to Compel the Deposition of Defendant's 30(b)(6) Representative. Defendant shall produce Mr. Wilder in Colorado for his deposition. FTR: K. Terasaki. (eseam)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Senior District Judge Richard P. Matsch
December 8, 2014
Civil Action No. 12-cv-02928-RPM-CBS
ROGER CAMBOR, an individual,
TOYOTA MOTOR CREDIT CORPORATION,
d/b/a Toyota Financial Services, a Delaware
corporation, also known as Toyota Financial
Services Securities USA Corporation, also known as
Toyota Financial Services CDE Corporation, a
Delaware corporation, Headquarters in California,
Court in session.
Before the Court today is Plaintiff Roger Cambor’s Motion to Compel the Deposition of Defendant’s
30(b)(6) Representative [Doc. No. 70, filed November 11, 2014].
Discussion regarding a no-fraud note and the initials TLO, Plaintiff taking the deposition of Michelle
Ryan, Scott Wilder as the PMK, the status of the certificate of title, and Toyota writing off the debt but
not releasing the lien.
Argument by Mr. Cooper.
Response by Mr. Bates.
Reply by Mr. Cooper.
Plaintiff Roger Cambor’s Motion to Compel the Deposition of Defendant’s 30(b)(6)
Representative [Doc. No. 70, filed November 11, 2014] is GRANTED. Defendant shall
produce Mr. Wilder in Colorado for his deposition.
Court in recess.
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