ENGAGE HEALTHCARE COMMUNICATIONS, LLC. et al v. INTELLISPHERE, LLC. et al
ORDER that the Court ACCEPTS and ADOPTS the Special Masters Report and Recommendation and accompanying order, (Docket Entries 211 and 212 ), such that Plaintiffs application is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART as set forth in the Report and Recommendation. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lois H. Goodman on 5/31/2017. (mps)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY
COMMUNICATIONS, LLC., et al.,
Civil Action No. 12-787 (FLW)(LHG)
INTELLISPHERE, LLC., et al.,
This matter has been opened to the Court upon the Report and Recommendation of
Special Master Marc E. Wolin, Esq., recommending that the application by Plaintiffs Engage
Healthcare Communications LLC, et al. (“Plaintiffs”) objecting to the Third Set of Supplemental
Interrogatories dated October 27, 2016 (“October 2016 Interrogatories”) served on Plaintiffs by
Defendants Intellisphere LLC et al (“Defendants”) be granted in part and denied in part. [Docket
Entry No. 211]. Pursuant to the Order Appointing Special Master, any party wishing to object to
all or part of a Special Master’s recommendation or order was to file a motion with the Court
within 21 days of filing of the Report and Recommendation. [Docket Entry No. 205 at ¶6]. No
objections have been filed in response to the Report and Recommendation and accompanying
Order [Docket Entry No. 212] entered by the Special Master.
Plaintiffs submitted an application to the Special Master objecting to three interrogatories
propounded by Defendants. The parties then briefed the issue to the Special Master. On
February 10, 2017, the Special Master docketed his Report and Recommendation granting
Plaintiffs’ application objecting to Defendants’ request for “the identification of facts relating to
trademarks identified in Defendants’ Second Amended Counterclaim, without prejudice to
Defendants’ right to seek this information at a later point in time” and denying Plaintiffs’
application in all other respects. [Docket Entry No. 211 at 2-3]. According to the Report and
Recommendation, Plaintiffs were to respond to the outstanding parts of the October 2016
Interrogatories within 30 days of entry of the Report and Recommendation. Id. at 3.
No party has filed any objection to the Special Master’s Report and Recommendation and
accompanying Order. Therefore, the Court adopts the Report and Recommendation and the
accompanying Order of the Special Master.
For the foregoing reasons, and for good cause shown,
IT IS on this 31st day May, 2017,
ORDERED that that the Court ACCEPTS and ADOPTS the Special Master’s Report
and Recommendation and accompanying order, [Docket Entry Nos. 211, 212], such that
Plaintiffs’ application is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART as set forth in the Report
LOIS H. GOODMAN
United States Magistrate Judge
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