Mercexchange LLC v. eBay, Inc et al

Filing 19

ORDER granting 13 Motion for Reconsideration, vacating prior ruling & denying 1 Motion to Compel;. Signed by Judge Janet Bond Arterton on 2/23/07. (Pesta, J.)

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Mercexchange LLC v. eBay, Inc et al Doc. 19 Case 3:07-mc-00038-JBA Document 19 Filed 02/26/2007 Page 1 of 2 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT MercExchange, LLC, Plaintiff, : : : v. : : eBay, Inc. and Half.Com, Inc.,: Defendants. : Case No. 3:07mc38 (JBA) ORDER VACATING RULING ON DEFENDANTS' MOTION TO COMPEL This action was commenced in the context of a discovery dispute to compel compliance by non-party Kenneth Nahan with a subpoena duces tecum issued by defendant eBay, Inc. in connection with a limited supplemental discovery period ordered by Judge Jerome B. Friedman in the Eastern District of Virginia where this case is being litigated. See MercExchange, L.L.C. v. eBay, Inc., The Court No. 01cv736, 2006 WL 3780606 (E.D. Va. Dec. 18, 2006). previously having issued a Ruling on Defendants' Motion to Compel [Doc. # 6], and Mr. Nahan having filed a Motion for Reconsideration [Doc. # 13] thereof, pursuant to Judge Friedman's order that "[i]n the event that discovery disputes arise, the parties must contact Magistrate Judge James Bradberry no later than February 6, 2007, to determine an expedited discovery dispute procedure," 2006 WL 3780606, at *7, the Court hereby GRANTS Nahan's Motion for Reconsideration [Doc. # 13], VACATES its Ruling on Defendants' Motion to Compel [Doc. # 6], and DENIES eBay's Motion to Compel [Doc. # 1] without prejudice. 1 Pursuant Case 3:07-mc-00038-JBA Document 19 Filed 02/26/2007 Page 2 of 2 to Judge Friedman's direction and in the interests of efficiency and uniformity, the parties are directed to pursue this matter before Magistrate Judge Bradberry who is charged with resolving such disputes. IT IS SO ORDERED. /s/ Janet Bond Arterton United States District Judge Dated at New Haven, Connecticut this 23rd day of February, 2007. 2

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