Government Employees Insurance Company et al v. Michael Zwirblia Psy.D. et al

Filing 77

ORDER re 72 . Per the attached, Plaintiffs motion to compel is GRANTED. Ordered by Magistrate Judge Joseph A. Marutollo on 5/9/2024. (KAR)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK -------------------------------------------------------------------X GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES INSURANCE COMPANY; GEICO INDEMNITY COMPANY; GEICO GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY; GEICO CASUALTY COMPANY, Plaintiffs, v. MICHAEL ZWIRBLIA PSY.D. (A SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP); MICHAEL ZWIRBLIA; STEPHEN DANYKO (A SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP); STEPHEN DANYKO; PRESTIGE BILLING AND COLLECTION SERVICES, INC.; YANNA VOLKOV; SVETLANA BARSKAYA; FELIX ELINSON; ECNYC CO., L.L.C.; and JOHN DOE DEFENDANTS 1 THROUGH 10, ORDER 23-CV-110 (Merchant, J.) (Marutollo, M.J.) Defendants. -------------------------------------------------------------------X JOSEPH A. MARUTOLLO, United States Magistrate Judge: Plaintiff Government Employees Insurance Company, GEICO Indemnity Company, GEICO General Insurance Company, and GEICO Casualty Company’s (collectively “Plaintiffs”) filed a motion to compel compliance with non-party subpoenas (“Subpoenas”) issued to Roman Ganzha (“Ganzha”) and Banc Alt LLC d/b/a Check Pros (“Check Pros”) pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 45. See Dkt. No. 72. Defendant Felix Elinson does not oppose the motion (Dkt. No. 76), and neither Ganzha nor Check Pros filed a response to the motion. Plaintiffs’ motion is GRANTED. Ganzha and Check Pros are hereby ordered to fully comply with the Subpoenas by June 15, 2024. Failure to comply with the Subpoenas by June 15, 2024 may result in Ganzha and Check Pros being subject to sanctions. Plaintiffs’ counsel is hereby ordered to serve a copy of this order on Ganzha and Check Pros by May 10, 2024 by email and regular and certified mail. SO ORDERED. Dated: Brooklyn, New York May 9, 2024 /s/ Joseph A. Marutollo JOSEPH A. MARUTOLLO United States Magistrate Judge 2

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