McHugh v Valarity, LLC
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Defendant's Motion for Extension of Time 19 is GRANTED in part. Defendant is granted an extension of time, up to and including September 19, 2014, within which to depose Plaintiff and file its response to Plaintiffs Motion for PartialSummary Judgment. Signed by District Judge John A. Ross on 8/11/14. (ARL)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER
Pursuant to its order of August 6, 2014, the Court is now in receipt of Defendant's Reply
in support of its motion for a sixty (60) day extension to conduct discovery before responding to
Plaintiff's motion for partial summary judgment filed on July 21, 2014. (Doc. No. 22)
Specifically, Defendant seeks to depose Plaintiff about the circumstances of the phone call she
alleges gave rise to her FDCPA claim as well as information regarding her claim of actual
damages. Plaintiff filed a sur-reply to Defendant's motion, arguing that an individual's
knowledge or circumstances is irrelevant to the analysis of an FDCPA claims under the objective
"unsophisticated consumer" standard, and that actual damages are not relevant to her motion,
which is limited to liability. (Doc. No. 25) Upon consideration, the Court will grant Defendant an
additional thirty (30) days to conduct limited discovery and file its response to Plaintiff's Motion
for Summary Judgment.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Defendant's Motion for Extension of Time  is
GRANTED in part. Defendant is granted an extension of time, up to and including September
19, 2014, within which to depose Plaintiff and file its response to Plaintiffs Motion for Partial
Dated this/L. aay of August, 2014.
ITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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