Sutton et al v. Van Leeuwen et al
MINUTE ORDER : Granting 143 Defendant Van Leeuwen's Motion to Stay Discovery. Discovery is stayed as to Defendant Van Leeuwen only. Denying without prejudice 135 Motion to Compel Answers. Denying without prejudice 136 Motion to Compel Admissions. Defendants Gowin, Roderick, and LaPage shall treat Plaintiff's two motions to compel (Docket Nos. 135 & 136) as proper service of the discovery requests described therein. Defendants Gowin, Roderick, and LaPage shall provide timely responses to these requests on or before1/8/2016. By Magistrate Judge Michael J. Watanabe on 12/14/2015.(emill)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 14-cv-02379-RM-MJW
JOSHUA LAMONT SUTTON,
ANTHONY RODERICK, and
Entered by Magistrate Judge Michael J. Watanabe
It is hereby ORDERED that:
Defendant Van Leeuwen’s Motion to Stay Discovery (Docket No. 143) is
GRANTED. Discovery is stayed as to Defendant Van Leeuwen only.
Discovery shall continue per the Scheduling Order (Docket No. 69) as to
all other parties.
Based on Defendants’ representation that they did not receive service of
the subject discovery requests, and Plaintiff’s failure to attach proof of
service to his motion, Plaintiff’s Motion to Compel Answers (Docket No.
135) and Motion to Compel Admissions (Docket No. 136) are both
DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Plaintiff may re-file the motions with
proper proof of service, if he wishes.
The Court notes that Plaintiff repeated his written discovery requests in
the motions themselves, and that counsel for all Defendants received
service of the motions through CM/ECF. It is hereby ORDERED that
Defendants Gowin, Roderick, and LaPage shall treat Plaintiff’s two
motions to compel (Docket Nos. 135 & 136) as proper service of the
discovery requests described therein. Defendants Gowin, Roderick, and
LaPage shall provide timely responses to these requests on or before
January 8, 2016.
Date: December 14, 2015
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