Valentine v. Brown et al

Filing 211

ORDER - Plaintiff's Second Motion to Compel, for Rule 37 Sanctions and for an Expedited Hearing or Ruling (Filing No. 186 in Case No. 8:16CV131 and Filing No. 182 in Case No. 8:16CV174) is denied. Defendants' Motion to Seal (Filing No. 190 in Case No. 8:16CV131 and Filing No. 186 in Case No. 8:16CV174) is denied as moot. Member Cases: 8:16-cv-00131-LSC-MDN, 8:16-cv-00174-LSC-MDN Ordered by Magistrate Judge Michael D. Nelson. (Copy mailed to pro se party) (LKO)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA VERONICA VALENTINE, 8:16CV131 Plaintiff, ORDER vs. LISA VILLWOK, #1764; and JENNIFER HANSEN, #1585; Defendants. 8:16CV174 ORDER This matter is before the Court on Plaintiff’s Second Motion to Compel, for Rule 37 Sanctions and for an Expedited Hearing or Ruling (Filing No. 186 in Case No. 8:16CV131 and Filing No. 182 in Case No. 8:16CV174).1 After the motion was filed, on February 5, 2018, counsel for Defendants filed a Notice of Serving Second Supplemental Discovery Responses on Plaintiff, pro se. (Filing No. 208 in Case No. 8:16CV131). Defense counsel represents that he has now provided all requested discovery to Plaintiff with this supplemental production. (Filing No. 209 in Case No. 8:16CV131). Defense counsel explained the delay was caused by acute health problems and lack of support staff. Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED: 1. Plaintiff’s Second Motion to Compel, for Rule 37 Sanctions and for an Expedited Hearing or Ruling (Filing No. 186 in Case No. 8:16CV131 and Filing No. 182 in Case No. 8:16CV174) is denied. 2. Defendants’ Motion to Seal (Filing No. 190 in Case No. 8:16CV131 and Filing No. 186 in Case No. 8:16CV174) is denied as moot. Dated this 12th day of February, 2018. 1 The instant motion was filed by Plaintiff’s court-appointed attorney prior to her withdrawal from her representation of Plaintiff. BY THE COURT: s/ Michael D. Nelson United States Magistrate Judge 2

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