Sig Sauer Inc. et al v. Freed Designs, Inc.
ORDER denying 97 defendant's Motion for Reconsideration and reversal of magistrate judge's order. So Ordered by Judge Steven J. McAuliffe.(lat)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
Sig Sauer, Inc.; Check-Mate
Industries, Inc.; Check-Mate
International Products, Inc.;
Nordon, Inc.; and Thomas
Pierce d/b/a Pierce Designs,
Case No. 14-cv-461-SM
Opinion No. 2017 DNH 191
Freed Designs, Inc.,
O R D E R
Defendant’s motion for reconsideration and reversal of the
magistrate judge’s order allowing plaintiffs to amend and
interpose affirmative defenses (document no. 97) is denied.
The motion may suggest by its title that “reconsideration”
of the order by the issuing magistrate judge is sought, but the
overall context establishes otherwise.
Defendant actually seeks
modification or setting aside by the district judge (See Fed. R.
Civ. P. 72(a)).
The magistrate judge’s order concerns
procedural and nondispositive matters and involves the exercise
of sound discretion.
No part of the order has been shown to be
either clearly erroneous or contrary to law or an abuse of
discretion warranting either modification or setting aside in
The motion (document no. 97) is denied.
Steven J. McAuliffe
United States District Judge
September 14, 2017
Laura L. Carroll, Esq.
Zachary R. Gates, Esq.
Neal E. Friedman, Esq.
Michael J. Bujold, Esq.
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