Joubert et al v. Hussain et al

Filing 47

ORDER granting 46 Motion to Stay Discovery. It is hereby ordered that discovery is stayed until October 21, 2019. Signed by Chief Judge J. Randal Hall on 10/08/2019. (jlh)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA AUGUSTA DIVISION JACQUELINE JOUBERT, KATHERINE PATTEN, KETON HOLLINGSWORTH, DEMETRIS STOKES, and OLGA MARIA ACEVEDO, * * * * * Plaintiffs, * CV 118-147 V. ZACHARY HUSSAIN; SONDY LAWRENCE; TINA BLAND; VICTORY DUNCAN; JIM HANNAH; HARRIET COLES; MICHAEL NEWMAN; CHERI NEWMAN; LISA CHILDS; WAYLON CAWLEY; EDNA AWAD; and COLUMBIA COUNTY, GEORGIA, Defendants. ORDER Before Discovery.^ the Court (Doc. 46.) is a Joint Motion to Extend Stay of United States Magistrate Judge Brian K. Epps stayed discovery in this case pending resolution of Individual Defendants' motion for judgment on the pleadings. denying as moot the motion for judgment on {Doc. 20.) the Upon pleadings on September 23, 2019, the undersigned extended the stay in this case for fourteen days to allow Individual Defendants an opportunity to file an updated motion for judgment on the pleadings. Doc. 45, at 11.) (Order, The stay was set to automatically lift on Tuesday, 1 All parties but Defendant Columbia County, Georgia jointly filed this motion. October 8, 2019. The parties to the present motion ask the Court to extend the stay of discovery until October 21, 2019, to allow for an opportunity Individual Defendants. to resolve Plaintiffs' claims against Given the short extension requested and the anticipated resolution of claims, see Advanced Bodycare Sols., LLC V. Thione Int'l, Inc., 524 F.3d 1235, 1241 (11th Cir. 2008), the Court GRANTS the Motion to Extend Stay of Discovery (Doc. 46). It IS HEREBY ORDERED that discovery is stayed in this case until OCTOBER 21, 2019. ORDER ENTERED at Augusta, Georgia, this (j day of October, 2019. J. RAHDAIj CJ^F^UDGE UNITED STAT^ DISTRICT COURT LOUTHERK DISTRICT OF GEORGIA

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