Choon's Design LLC v. Tristar Products, Inc.

Filing 168

ORDER re 167 Letter. ( TELEPHONIC Status Conference set for 3/20/2018 03:30 PM before District Judge Victoria A. Roberts) Signed by District Judge Victoria A. Roberts. (CPin)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION CHOON’S DESIGN INC., Plaintiff, Case No. 14-10848 Honorable Victoria A. Roberts v. TRISTAR PRODUCTS, INC., Defendant. ____________________________/ ORDER REGARDING PLAINTIFF’S FEBRUARY 28, 2018 LETTER [Doc. 167] On February 28, 2018, counsel for Choon’s Design sent the Court a letter concerning Defendant’s supplemental invalidity contentions. Defendant responded to the letter on March 2, 2018. The Court held a telephone conference on March 7 regarding the supplemental contentions. Attending were Theodore Olds, John Siragusa and Brian Tobin for Choon’s, and Robert Bugg for Defendant. Based on the discussion held, the Court ORDERS: 1. The parties must disclose supplemental expert testimony and reports as scheduled in the Second Amended Scheduling Order dated October 3, 2017; 2. The parties must meet and confer before March 19, 2018 to narrow the number of references relied upon by Defendant in its supplemental invalidity contentions; and 3. On or before March 19, 2018, the parties must file a joint report indicating whether further Court involvement regarding Choon’s objections to Defendant’s supplemental invalidity contentions is necessary. If Court involvement is necessary, the joint report must describe the results of the meet and confer, summarize all unresolved issues, and state each party’s proposal for resolving the issues. Unless the joint report indicates it is unnecessary, the Court will hold a phone conference to resolve outstanding issues on March 20, 2018 at 3:30pm. IT IS ORDERED. S/Victoria A. Roberts Victoria A. Roberts United States District Judge Dated: March 8, 2018 2

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