Parmelee v. Convergent Outsourcing, Inc.
ORDER granting 16 Motion to Stay. The parties are directed to notify the Court within thirty days of a decision on the pending motion for preliminary class certification in the District of Colorado; granting 19 Motion to Strike without prejudice. Defendant may file an amended answer within fourteen days of this Order. Signed by Hon. Jonathan W. Feldman on 06/29/2017. (JKT)-CLERK TO FOLLOW UP-
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
CONVERGENT OUTSOURCING, INC.,
Plaintiff Christine Parmelee (hereinafter "plaintiff") brings
the instant action pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices
collection of a legally unenforceable debt.
See Complaint (Docket
Presently before the Court are plaintiff's motion to strike
several of defendant's affirmative defenses pursuant to Rule 12(f)
of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and defendant's motion to
stay proceedings pending certification of a nationwide class in
the District of Colorado.
See Dockets## 15, 19.
On June 23,
2017, a hearing was held and arguments were heard from counsel on
At the conclusion of the hearing, the Court stated
its ruling on the record.
For the reasons set forth on the record,
it is hereby
ORDERED that plaintiff's motion to strike defendant's second
is granted without prejudice. Defendant may submit
an amended answer within fourteen days of
pending certification of
granted in the interests of judicial economy and efficiency.
parties are directed to submit a status report to the Court within
thirty days of a decision on the pending motion for preliminary
class certification in the District of Colorado.
Uni ed States Magistrate Judge
June 29, 2017
Rochester, New York
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