Marlow v. New Food Guy, Inc., The
MINUTE ENTRY for In Court Hearing proceedings held before Judge John L. Kane on 1/22/2016. Denying 35 Motion for Protective Order, as specified. Court Reporter: Gwen Daniel. (babia)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Senior Judge John L. Kane
Date: January 22, 2016
Civil Case No.: 15-cv-01327-JLK
Courtroom Deputy: Bernique Abiakam
Court Reporter: Gwen Daniel
BRIDGETTE MARLOW, on behalf of herself
and all similarly situated persons,
Brian D. Gonzales
NEW FOOD GUY, INC., a Colorado
corporation, d/b/a Relish Catering & Events,
and BRETT TUCKER,
Jennifer L. Gokenbach
Court in session.
Court calls case. Appearances of counsel.
Preliminary remarks by the Court.
Argument by Ms. Gokenbach.
Argument by Mr. Gonzales.
Comments and rulings by the Court.
ORDERED: Defendant’s Motion For Protective Order (Filed 12/30/15; Doc. No. 35)
is DENIED, as specified. The deposition shall take place in Denver at
the office of either counsel. If counsel can’t agree as to a location,
the deposition will take place at the Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse, 901
19th Street, Denver, CO 80294, in the Jury room of Courtroom 802A.
Deposition shall not be more than 4 hours.
ORDERED: Ten days following the deposition, the Plaintiff shall respond to
Defendants’ Motion For Judgment On The Pleadings, Or In The
Alternative, For Summary Judgment ( Filed 12/7/15; Doc. No. 31).
The Defendant shall reply 10 days following the filing of the
January 22, 2016
Oral argument and further discovery will take place after the motions have been ruled
Court in recess.
Court in session.
Further discussion regarding the scope of the depositions.
The Court advises counsel as to the specific scope of the deposition at issue.
11:21 a.m. Court in recess.
Total in-court time: 00:12
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