Electronic Payment Systems, LLC v. Electronic Payment Solutions of America, Inc. et al

Filing 22

COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ENTRY for proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Michael E. Hegarty: granting 17 Motion for Discovery Regarding Personal Jurisdiction and for Extension of Time to Respond to Motion to Dismiss; Motion Hearing held on 12/18/2014. IT IS ORDERED that the plaintiff has until 2/3/2015 to file a response to 8 Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction by Defendant First Pay Solutions, LLC. FTR: Courtroom A 501. (mdave)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Magistrate Judge Michael E. Hegarty Civil Action No: Courtroom Deputy: 14-cv-02624 Molly Davenport Date: December 18, 2014 FTR: Courtroom A 501 Parties: Counsel: ELECTRONIC PAYMENT SYSTEMS LLC Scotty Krob Plaintiff, v. ELECTRONIC PAYMENT SOLUTIONS OF AMERICA, INC. JAY WIGDORE MICHAEL ABDELMESSH FIRST PAY SYSTGEMS LLC RICHARD KUHLMANN FIRST PAY SOLUTIONS L L C FIRST DATA CORPORATION WELLS FARGO BANK N A Booker Evans Daniel Glasser (no counsel of record) (no counsel of record) Ruth Azeredo Christopher Groen Defendants. COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER MOTION HEARING 10:38 a.m. Court in session. Court calls case. Appearances of counsel. Ruth Azeredo appeared by telephone. Following oral argument regarding [17] MOTION for Discovery regarding personal jurisdiction and for extension of time to respond to motion to dismiss by Plaintiff Electronic Payment Systems, LLC, IT IS ORDERED that the Motion is GRANTED. Discussion was held regarding discovery objections with rulings as stated on the record. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the plaintiff has until February 3, 2015 to file a response to [8] Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction by Defendant First Pay Solutions, L.L.C. 11:19 a.m. Court in recess. Hearing concluded. Total in-court time 00:31 *To obtain a transcript of this proceeding, please contact Avery Woods Reporting at (303) 825-6119. 2

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