Siders v. City of Eastpointe et al
ORDER GRANTING IN PART AND DENYING IN PART DEFENDANTS' 12 Motion to Compel - Signed by Magistrate Judge R. Steven Whalen. (CCie)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
PATRICIA KENDRA SIDERS,
District Judge Bernard A. Friedman
Magistrate Judge R. Steven Whalen
CITY OF EASTPOINTE, ET AL.,
For the reasons and under the terms stated on the record on August 8, 2017,
Defendants’ motion to compel discovery [Doc. #12] is GRANTED IN PART AND
DENIED IN PART.
In response to many of the discovery requests, Plaintiff has claimed lack of
memory. That may be. However, it is incumbent upon Plaintiff to make a good faith
attempt to jog her memory. Therefore, she will undertake a diligent and good faith effort
to obtain and produce the requested information, including information regarding her preincident medical treatment, and her 2004 lawsuit or claim against SMART. If she
discovers or recalls information that has not yet been disclosed, she shall do so within 30
days of the date of this Order.
If Plaintiff is unable to locate or recall any of the requested information, she shall,
within 30 days of the date of this Order, certify to Defendants in writing, under oath, the
specific steps she has taken to obtain the information.
Plaintiff is also reminded that discovery is an ongoing obligation, and she must
supplement her responses as additional information becomes available to her.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: August 14, 2017
s/R. Steven Whalen
R. STEVEN WHALEN
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I hereby certify on August 14, 2017 that I electronically filed the foregoing
paper with the Clerk of the Court sending notification of such filing to all counsel
registered electronically. I hereby certify that a copy of this paper was mailed to
non-registered ECF participants August 14, 2017.
s/Carolyn M. Ciesla
Case Manager for the
Honorable R. Steven Whalen
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