Scott et al v. Sree-Lumberton, LLC et al

Filing 44

ORDER granting 37 Motion to Stay Discovery. Discovery in this matter is stayed until fourteen (14) days after the Court files its order ruling on HHFL and IHGR's Motion to Dismiss [D.E. 28]. Following the Court's ruling on HHFL and IHGR& #039;s Motion to Dismiss, the Court will enter a scheduling order applicable to all parties remaining in the case that is consistent with the alternative discovery schedule agreed to by the parties in the Joint Rule 26(1) Report filed on March 20,2017. Signed by Chief Judge James C. Dever III on 4/14/2017. (Briggeman, N.)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA SOUTHERN DIVISION Civil Action No. 7:16-CV-401 BARBARA SCOTT and STANLEY SCOTT, Plaintiffs, v. SREE-LUMBERTON, LLC SREELUMBERTON SPE, INC., SREE HOTELS, ยท LLC, HOLIDAY HOSPITALITY FRANCHISING, LLC and INTERCONTINENTAL HOTELS GROUP RESOURCES, INC., ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ORDER Defendants. _________________________ ) Upon consideration of the Motion to Stay Discovery [D.E. 37] filed by Defendants Holiday Hospitality Franchising, LLC ("HHFL") and InterContinental Hotels Group Resources, Inc. ("IHGR"), with the consent of Defendants SREE-Lumberton, LLC, SREE-Lumberton SPE, Inc., and SREE Hotels, LLC, and for good cause shown, it is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED as follows: (i) In accordance with the alternative schedule provided in the Joint Rule 26(f) Report filed by the parties on March 20, 2017 [D.E. 40, p. 2], discovery in this matter is stayed until fourteen (14) days after the Court files its order ruling on HHFL and IHGR's Motion to Dismiss [D.E. 28]; (ii) Following the Court's ruling on HHFL and IHGR's Motion to Dismiss, the Court will enter a scheduling order applicable to all parties remaining in the case that is consistent with the alternative discovery schedule agreed to by the parties in the Joint Rule 26(1) Report tiled on March 20,2017 LD.E. 40J. This the ___j_A:_ day of Apr.ยท f '2017.

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