Aguilar et al v. Management & Training Corporation
ORDER by Magistrate Judge Gregory J. Fouratt granting in part and denying in part 106 Motion for Protective Order and 113 Motion to Compel. (kdj)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO
MARISELA AGUILAR, et al.
Civ. No. 16-050 WJ/GJF
MANAGEMENT & TRAINING
CORPORATION, d/b/a MTC,
THIS MATTER comes before the Court on Defendant’s “Opposed Motion for Protective
Order and Notice of Non-Appearance” (“Motion for Protective Order”) [ECF No. 106] and
Plaintiffs’ “Response to Defendant’s Opposed Motion for Protective Order and Opposed
Counter-Motion to Compel Corporate Representative Deposition” (“Motion to Compel”) [ECF
The Court has reviewed the parties’ briefing, reviewed extant case law, and
entertained argument from counsel at the motions hearing conducted on April 12, 2017. For the
reasons stated from the bench, the Court ORDERS AS FOLLOWS:
(1) The Court will HOLD IN ABEYANCE its ruling on Defendant’s Motion for Protective
Order to the extent it requests to protect its corporate representative from answering
questions about or producing further documents responsive to Topic 15 of Plaintiffs’
(2) The Court OVERRULES Defendant’s objections to Topic 16 of Plaintiffs’ deposition
notice. The Court HEREBY DENIES Defendant’s Motion for Protective Order to the
extent it requests to protect its corporate representative from answering questions
concerning Topic 16 of Plaintiffs’ deposition notice.
(3) The Court GRANTS Defendant’s Motion for Protective Order only insofar as it relates to
the production of documents sought by Plaintiffs as relate to Topic 16;
(4) The Court will HOLD IN ABEYANCE its ruling on Plaintiffs’ Motion to Compel
Defendant’s corporate representative to produce documents she reviewed in preparation
to answer Topic 17 of Plaintiffs’ deposition notice.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
THE HONORABLE GREGORY J. FOURATT
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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