Natural Immunogenics Corp. v. Newport Trial Group et al
ORDER of Instruction to non-party Carlos Negrete re: Deft Newport Trial Group's 1 MOTION to Compel and MOTION for Hearing. Signed by Magistrate Judge Dennis Howell on 1/12/2018. (ejb) (Non-party Carlos Negrete served via mail and email as instructed by the Court.) Modified text on 1/12/2018. NEF Regenerated. (ejb)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
1:18 MC 3
NATURAL IMMUNOGENICS CORP., )
NEWPORT TRIAL GROUP, SCOTT
J. FERRELL, RYAN M. FERRELL,
JAMES B. HARDIN, VICTORIA C.
KNOWLES, ANDREW LEE BASLOW )
ANDREW NILON, SAM PFLEG,
MATTHEW DRONKERS, TAYLOR
DEMULDER, SAM SCHOONOVER,
GIOVANNI SANDOVAL, and DOES
This matter is before the Court sua sponte. On January 10, 2018, Defendant
Newport Trial Group filed a motion requesting a hearing and seeking an order
compelling non-party Carlos Negrete (“Negrete”) to comply with two subpoenas
issued by the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, in Natural
Immunogenics Corp. v. Newport Trial Group, et al., Case Number 8:15-CV-02034.
A review of the record before this Court reveals that, on January 10, 2018,1 Negrete
The Certificate of Service actually states that the motion was electronically filed and also filed with the listed
parties on January 10, 2016. This is clearly a typographical error, as the motion was filed electronically with this
Court on January 10, 2018.
was served with a copy of the motion by U.S. Mail. Negrete was also sent a courtesy
copy via email.
In light of the foregoing, the Court provides Negrete with the following
Although not required, Negrete may wish to hire legal counsel to
advise him regarding this matter;
If Negrete fails to comply with the two subpoenas, he may be
held responsible for fees and costs and other sanctions;
Pursuant to this Court’s Local Rules, if Negrete wishes to file a
response to Defendant Newport Trial Group’s motion, he must do so within 14 days
of the date on which the motion was served; and
Pursuant to this Court’s Local Rules, page limits, font sizes,
spacing, and other formatting requirements are governed by the Standing Civil Order
of the judge to whom the case has been assigned, or in the Case Management Order
Absent such requirements in the Standing Civil Order or the Case
Management Order of the assigned judge, the page limit for any brief is 25 pages,
the font is a minimum of 12 point, lines are double-spaced, margins are one inch,
and each page is to be numbered.
Signed: January 12, 2018
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