Cobbler Nevada, LLC v. John Does 1 - 28
MINUTE ORDER denying without prejudice 18 MOTION to Proceed Anonymously, and MOTION to Quash the Subpoena by Defendant John Doe 5, by Magistrate Judge Michael E. Hegarty on 10/23/2015.(slibi, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 15-cv-01897-WYD-MEH
COBBLER NEVADA, LLC,
JOHN DOES 1-28,
Entered by Michael E. Hegarty, United States Magistrate Judge, on October 23, 2015.
John Doe #5’s Motion to Proceed Anonymously [filed October 21, 2015; docket #18] is
denied without prejudice for the following reasons.
Doe #5 seeks to proceed in this litigation anonymously. However, while he has properly
sought permission from the Court, he has not followed this Court’s procedures in doing so. To seek
to proceed anonymously, Doe #5 must provide to the Court his name, address, telephone number
and email address in the form of a separate written “supplement” to the motion.1 If Doe #5 wishes
to keep this supplement (containing his identifying information) confidential, he may file a motion
to file the supplement under restriction pursuant to the procedure set forth in D.C. Colo. LCivR 7.2.
Additionally, the Court notes that Doe #5 included within the present Motion a second
Motion seeking to quash the subpoena served on his ISP [filed October 21, 2015; docket #18 at 3-4],
which the Court also denies without prejudice for being filed anonymously. The Court notes that
should Doe #5 wish to re-file the two motions, each motion should be filed separately. Additionally,
the Court notes that Doe #5 failed to file with his motion a copy of the challenged subpoena.
Therefore, if Doe #5 chooses to re-file his motion to quash, he is instructed to file a copy of the
challenged subpoena with the motion.
If Doe #5 wishes to re-file his motion(s) in accordance with this order and all applicable local
and federal court rules, he may do so on or before November 6, 2015. The Court may strike any
motion or other filing that deviates from the requirements of this order or from those set forth in the
applicable local or federal rules.
In addition to compliance with Fed. R. Civ. P. 11, the Court also notes the necessity of
having such information for the proper and efficient management of its docket.
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