Bristol et al v. Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc.
Minute Order. Proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Michael North: Motion Hearing held on 4/1/2015 re 17 MOTION to Compel Rule 26 Disclosures and Discovery Responses MOTION for Sanctions filed by Dorel Juvenile Group, I nc. Plaintiffs are to fully and formally respond, without objection, to Defendants outstanding written discovery requests and are to provide Defendant with their Rule 26 initial disclosures by 5:00 PM on 4/7/2015. (Court Reporter Arlene Movahed.) (lag)
APRIL 1, 2015
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA
SEAN A. BRISTOL, ET AL.
DOREL JUVENILE GROUP, INC.
HEARING ON MOTION
COURT REPORTER: Arlene Movahed
Raymond Lewis, Claudia Santoyo
Defendant’s Motion to Compel and for Discovery Sanctions (Rec. doc. 17).
Dismissed for failure of counsel to appear.
Dismissed as moot.
Other. Subject to the following modifications, all forms of relief enumerated
in Defendant’s motion are granted with the exception of “F” (expenses
including attorney’s fees) which is held in abeyance. On or before 5:00 p.m.
on April 7, 2105, Plaintiffs are to fully and formally respond, without
objection, to Defendant’s outstanding written discovery requests and are to
provide Defendant with their Rule 26 initial disclosures. Any perceived
deficiencies in those responses or initial disclosures are to be the subject of a
separate motion. Plaintiffs are admonished that should the Court find actual
deficiencies in the forthcoming discovery responses, it may assess any of the
sanctions available under Rule 37 as a remedy.
MICHAEL B. NORTH
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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