Krachen v. Price

Filing 25

MINUTE ORDER striking 22 Motion to Compel by Magistrate Judge Kristen L. Mix on 04/01/14. (Attachments: # 1 Attachment 1)(jhawk, )

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Sample Written Discovery Dispute Chart1 Submitted by (Plaintiff/Defendant) Case No: 00-cv-00001 No./Type of Discovery Request Disputed Response(s) or Objection(s) Problem With Response Plaintiff’s Rog No. 2 1. Overbroad and burdensome; 2. Vague and ambiguous Information sought is reasonably defined and limited in scope. Plaintiff’s Rog No. 6 1. Confidential and proprietary; 2. Remote in time No privilege log provided. No explanation for time objection. General Objection No. 2 Responses are based on information that is presently available. Not applied in any specific response, therefore waived. Plaintiff’s RFP No. 8 1. Attorney-client privilege; 2. Not relevant; 3. Overbroad and burdensome; 4. Vague and ambiguous No privilege log provided. Reasonably calculated to lead to discovery of admissible evidence. Information sought is reasonably defined and scope is limited. 1 Acceptable abbreviations include “Rog” for Interrogatory, “RFP” for Request for Production; “RFA” for Request for Admission; “SDT” for Subpoena Duces Tecum.

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