Baldwin v. Harley Davidson Motor Company Group, Inc.

Filing 31

MEMORANDUM TO THE PARTIES. Signed by District Judge Howard F. Sachs on 07/08/09. (Duer, Tina)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI WESTERN DIVISION CHRISTOPHER BALDWIN, Plaintiff, v. HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTOR COMPANY GROUP, INC., Defendant. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Case No. 08-0801-CV-W-HFS MEMORANDUM TO THE PARTIES Plaintiff, proceeding pro se, has recently filed some documents regarding the status of and deadlines for his responses to defendant's discovery requests. Docs. 22, 24, 25. He indicates that he would like more time to complete certain responses. He also states that he is waiting to "hear from the courts" before responding to certain interrogatories he has refused to answer. Extensions of time on discovery responses can be negotiated and agreed to by the parties, without the court's permission. If an agreement cannot be reached, a party may file a motion for extension of time. Plaintiff and defendant's counsel should work together and do their best to resolve issues relating to discovery. If the parties confer and issues persist, as a last resort, the parties may contact the court and request a discovery dispute telephone conference, pursuant to Local Rule 37.1. /s/ Howard F. Sachs HOWARD F. SACHS UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE July 8 , 2009 Kansas City, Missouri

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