I/P Engine, Inc. v. AOL, Inc. et al

Filing 172

Minute Entry for telephone conference held before Magistrate Judge F. Bradford Stillman; Jody Stewart, OCR. Matter came on for status conference/discovery issues. Participants included Donald Schultz, Ryan Snow, Charles Monterio, Jr., and Dawn Rudenko for plaintiff; Robert Burns and Steve Story for AOL; Steve Story, David Perlson, Jennifer Ghaussy and John Didday for Target, IAC, Google, and Gannett.Comments of court. Comments of counsel.Court directed that depositions scheduled for next week and following week will go forward. If certain topics are not covered, court may grant leave to resume depositions. Court will take questions of award of costs under advisement. Deposition of witness Alfereneff is to be no longer than ten hours--seven hours one day and three hours on another date which has been agreed to by counsel.Regarding plaintiffs response to Interrogatory No. 1, court directed parties to brief this issue within ten days; opposition with ten days; rebuttal within three days. Note, these dates are to include service and delivery to court and counsel. Regarding number of depositions permitted to be taken, court ordered this matter shall also be briefed with same schedule as set out above. Motion to compel (ECF #99) dismissed as moot. Court will prepare order (see said order for specifics).Adjourned. (afor)

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