Iacovacci v. Brevet Holdings, LLC et al

Filing 262

ORDER: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED: On or before January 14, 2022, Defendants shall produce to Plaintiff copies of the documents contained in the binder that one of Defendant's corporate representatives brought to her remote deposition as desc ribed in the parties' joint status letter at ECF No. 240. On or before January 14, 2022, Defendants shall produce a revised privilege log to Plaintiff in accordance with Plaintiff's request as described in the parties' joint status letter at ECF No. 240. On or before January 18, 2022, the parties shall file a joint letter with the Court not to exceed four pages. (Signed by Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil on 1/11/2022) (ate)

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Case 1:18-cv-08048-MKV Document 262 Filed 01/11/22 Page 1 of 2 USDC SDNY DOCUMENT ELECTRONICALLY FILED DOC #: UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DATE FILED: 1/11/2022 SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK PAUL IACOVACCI, Plaintiff, 1:18-cv-08048-MKV -against- ORDER BREVET HOLDINGS, LLC et al., Defendants. MARY KAY VYSKOCIL, United States District Judge: The Court held a telephonic post-discovery conference on January 11, 2022. Counsel for all parties were in attendance. In accordance with matters discussed at the conference, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED: • On or before January 14, 2022, Defendants shall produce to Plaintiff copies of the documents contained in the binder that one of Defendant’s corporate representatives brought to her remote deposition as described in the parties’ joint status letter at ECF No. 240. • On or before January 14, 2022, Defendants shall produce a revised privilege log to Plaintiff in accordance with Plaintiff’s request as described in the parties’ joint status letter at ECF No. 240. • On or before January 18, 2022, the parties shall file a joint letter with the Court not to exceed four pages. That letter should discuss: o Plaintiff’s request, and defendant’s opposition to the request, for the disclosure of the materials from the “independent investigation” conducted by Greenberg Traurig prior to Plaintiff’s termination, which was referred to at the deposition for Defendant’s CEO; and o The parties’ positions on how Plaintiff should be allowed to inspect Defendant’s computers, how this issue relates to this case as opposed to the case ongoing in New York State Supreme Court, and how Defendant would be prejudiced by Plaintiff’s request here. Once the Court has ruled on these issues, the Court will set a schedule for the parties’ proposed motions for summary judgment. As agreed by the parties, any request to preclude 1 Case 1:18-cv-08048-MKV Document 262 Filed 01/11/22 Page 2 of 2 experts as outlined in letters dated December 10, 2021 and January 4, 2022 are to be briefed in connection with the summary judgment motions. SO ORDERED. _________________________________ Date: January 11, 2022 New York, NY MARY KAY VYSKOCIL United States District Judge 2

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