Davis v. Crescent Electric Supply Company et al

Filing 153

MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER granting 141 Motion to Compel. Signed by U.S. District Judge Lawrence L. Piersol on 10/12/16. (DJP)

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FILED UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF SOUTH DAKOTA OCT 12 WESTERN DIVISION CLERK * * LISA A. DAVIS, crv 12-5008 * * Plaintiff, * MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER * ON PLAINTIFF'S SUPPLEMENTAL * MOTION TO COMPEL vs. * CRESCENT ELECTRIC COMPANY, ("CESCO")a Delaware Corporation; * * JAMES M. SULLIVAN, CESCO 015 * Branch Manager; MARTIN S. BURBRIDGE,President/CEO; JAMES R. ETHEREDGE, Sr. Vice Pres./CFO; * * * CHRISTOPHER P. BRESLIN, Sr. Vice Pres./COO; DANIEL E. PHILIPPI, Vice Pres.-Human Resources; * JAMES M.SWEENEY AND * * * ASSOCIATES,INC., an Iowa Corporation; * LIBERTY MOTORS,INC.("LIBERTY"), * * a South Dakota Domestic Business; * LARRY L. PATNOE, Liberty President; * and DONALD E. PATNOE,Liberty * President/Treasurer, * Defendants. * * Plaintiff, Lisa A. Davis ("Davis"), has filed a Supplemental Motion for an Order to Compel pursuant to Rule 37(a) of the Federal Rules of Ciyil Procedure. Doc. 141. Specifically, Davis requests: Julie Stienstra/Julie Skinner's emails from November 28, 2010 to July 6, 2011 and associated export logs from the Quest Software Archive Manager program. For the following reasons, the motion will be granted. BACKGROUND The facts of this case have been thoroughly explained in this Court's prior memorandum opinion and orders. See Docs. 121 and 122. As such, the Court will only recite the facts directly pertinent to this pending motion.

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