Local 134 IBEW v. Apollo Video Technology
ORDER denying 1 Motion to Compel; the motion is denied without prejudice to a second request with proper notice to defendant by Judge Robert S. Lasnik.(CDA)(cc: attorney/filer via U.S. Mail)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
LOCAL 134, IBEW,
APOLLO VIDEO TECHNOLOGY,
Case No. MC17-0037RSL
ORDER DENYING MOTION TO
This matter comes before the Court on Local 134, IBEW’s “Motion to Compel
Compliance with Subpoena.” Dkt. # 1. Plaintiff seeks to compel compliance with a subpoena
issued by an arbitrator in Illinois. The subpoena did not specify a return date, instead stating that
the documents must be delivered at Apollo Video Technology’s “earliest convenience.” Dkt.
# 1-1 at 1. Only twenty-one days passed between the date the subpoena was mailed to Apollo
and the date this motion was filed.
More fundamentally, there is no indication that Apollo was served with this motion or
otherwise given an opportunity to respond to the requested relief. The motion to compel is
therefore DENIED without prejudice to a second request with proper notice to defendant.
Dated this 19th day of May, 2017.
Robert S. Lasnik
United States District Judge
ORDER DENYING MOTION TO COMPEL
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