CX Reinsurance Company Limited v. B&R Management, Inc.
ORDER directing Jessica-Carl should file its letter brief no later than Wednesday, August 2, 2017, and CX Re should file its letter brief no later than Wednesday, August 9, 2017 regarding discovery dispute. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephanie A Gallagher on 7/26/2017. (jnls, Deputy Clerk)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF MARYLAND
STEPHANIE A. GALLAGHER
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
101 WEST LOMBARD STREET
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21201
Fax (410) 962-1812
July 26, 2017
LETTER TO COUNSEL
CX Reinsurance Company Limited, f/k/a CNA Reinsurance Company Limited v.
B&R Management, Inc., et al.; Civil Case No. ELH-15-3364
Pursuant to Judge Hollander’s July 21, 2017 Order, I am tasked with resolving a new
discovery dispute between Plaintiff CX Reinsurance Company Limited (“CX Re”) and
Defendant Jessica-Carl, Inc. (“Jessica-Carl”).
[ECF No. 204].
As summarized in
correspondence from the parties, [ECF Nos. 201, 203], the instant dispute involves Jessica-Carl’s
third request for production of documents relating to settlement of a lead paint lawsuit brought
by Tyshell Stokes against Arbor Inc. in March 2012. Although the correspondence generally
reveals the parties’ respective position and arguments, the dispute has not been properly briefed.
Consequently, I will allow the parties to submit letter briefs not exceeding five (5) pages in
length. In the interest of brevity and efficiency, the parties are welcome to direct my attention to
previously submitted arguments and materials in the record. Jessica-Carl should file its letter
brief no later than Wednesday, August 2, 2017, and CX Re should file its letter brief no later
than Wednesday, August 9, 2017. After reviewing the letters, I will determine whether a
hearing is necessary.
Despite the informal nature of this letter, it will be flagged as an Opinion and docketed as
Stephanie A. Gallagher
United States Magistrate Judge
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