Taber et al v. Ford Motor Company
ORDER DENYING APPEAL FROM MAGISTRATE JUDGE'S ORDER. Signed on 10/18/2017 by Chief District Judge Greg Kays. (Strodtman, Tracy)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI
STEVEN W. TABER, et al.,
FORD MOTOR COMPANY,
ORDER DENYING APPEAL FROM MAGISTRATE JUDGE’S ORDER
Now before the Court is Non-Party Autoliv ASP, Inc’s Objections to and Appeal (Doc.
10) from Magistrate Judge Hays’s Order (Doc. 9), which denied in part and granted in part
Autoliv’s Motion to Quash Third-Party Subpoena (Doc. 1). On or about October 21, 2017,
Autoliv was served a subpoena duces tecum seeking the production of documents and deposition
testimony for use in the above-captioned case. Autoliv claims that the subpoena is overly broad
and unduly burdensome.
After conducting an independent review of the applicable law and record, see L.R.
74.1(a)(3), the Court ADOPTS Judge Hays’s Order. Autoliv’s appeal raises the same arguments
that were presented to Judge Hays and does not show that the Order is “clearly erroneous or
contrary to law.” See 28 U.S.C. § 636(b)(1)(A).
Accordingly, Autoliv’s Objections to and Appeal from Judge Hays’s Order (Doc. 10) is
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Date: October 18, 2017
/s/ Greg Kays
GREG KAYS, CHIEF JUDGE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
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