Quintero Community Association Inc. et al v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as Receiver for Hillcrest Bank et al
ORDER REGARDING DISCOVERY. Signed on 5/6/13 by District Judge Greg Kays. (Francis, Alexandra)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI
ASSOCIATION, INC., et al.,
HILLCREST BANK, et al.,
ORDER REGARDING DISCOVERY
Pending before the Court is a discovery dispute between the parties regarding the
production of documents and answers to interrogatories served by Plaintiffs on Defendant
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, in its capacity as Receiver for Hillcrest Bank (“FDICR”), and Separate Defendants Wheeler, Asner, Blitt, Campbell, J. Fingerish, P. Fingersh, White,
Degen, Gervy, Richards, Davies, Lieberman, Forgey, Davis, Holderman, Schwartzkopf, Gallatin,
and Schneider (collectively “the Board of Directors”). After receiving written memorandums
from each party,1 the Court conducted a telephone conference with Plaintiffs’ counsel Linus
Baker, FDIC-R’s counsel Desarae Harrah, and the Board of Director’s counsel Tom Larson on
May 3, 2013 at 10:00 a.m., during which it heard arguments from the parties.
Pursuant to the agreement reached between the parties at today’s discovery
teleconference, the FDIC-R is directed to obtain from Midwest Bank all files in its possession,
whether in electronic or paper form, relating to the Quintero loan and to provide these documents
to Plaintiffs and the Defendant Board of Directors. Additionally, the FDIC-R is directed to
compute the cost of opening and extracting information regarding the Quintero loan from the
The Court has considered Docs. 114, 115, 116, and 117.
following files and report that cost to the Court: “HCB-Oct 8.exe,” “File 1 exe,” and “HCB-Oct
As previously noted, the Court strongly encourages the parties to work together to resolve
future disputes without judicial intervention.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Date: May 6, 2013
/s/ Greg Kays
GREG KAYS, JUDGE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
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