Cargill, Incorporated v. WDS, Inc. et al
ORDER re 367 MOTION to Compel Post-Judgment Discovery Against WDS. The Court hereby ORDERS counsel for Plaintiffs and WDS, Inc. to meet and confer and tender a proposed order to the Court through Cyberclerk no later than April 20, 2018. Signed by Chief Judge Frank D. Whitney on 4/11/18. (clc)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
DOCKET NO. 3:16-cv-00848-FDW-DSC
CARGILL, INC., and CARGILL MEAT )
WDS, INC., JENNIFER MAIER, and )
THIS MATTER is before the Court on Plaintiffs’ Motion to Compel Post-Judgment
Discovery against WDS, Inc. (Doc. No. 367). WDS filed a response to the Motion as ordered by
the Court, and the Court held a hearing on the Motion and other pending motions on April 11,
Based on the parties’ filings and their representations at the hearing, the Court concludes
WDS did not timely respond to Plaintiffs’ First Set of Post Judgment Interrogatories or First Set
of Post Judgment Requests for Production of Documents; WDS has, as of April 9, 2018, provided
responses and some production; but the responses and production are not complete. Therefore, a
Court order requiring responses and production may still be necessary. 1 Accordingly, as agreed
to at the hearing, counsel for Plaintiffs and WDS will meet and confer and tender a proposed order
for the Court’s consideration through Cyberclerk. The proposed order shall set forth a deadline
for complete responses and production. To the extent the parties consent to the Court imposing
If an order from this Court becomes unnecessary, Plaintiffs may file a notice of withdrawal of the Motion.
further relief in its order, such as those addressed in Plaintiffs’ Motion, in WDS’s response brief,
and at the hearing, the proposed order may include this relief. 2 The proposed order may also
indicate the parties’ disagreement on matters currently before the Court.
THEREFORE, the Court hereby ORDERS counsel for Plaintiffs and WDS, Inc. to meet
and confer and tender a proposed order to the Court through Cyberclerk no later than April 20,
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Signed: April 11, 2018
Some forms of relief may require a separate motion or satisfaction of other requirements. For such relief, the parties
should file a separate consent motion, brief, and proposed order through Cyberclerk. If the consent of other parties
should be obtained for this relief, counsel should meet and confer with counsel for that party. Unless otherwise
required, failure to obtain consent does not preclude any party from moving for relief to which it claims entitlement.
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