Kravetz v. Paul Revere Life Insurance Company et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 25, 2009
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 102 Plaintiff's Motion to Compel Production; see PDF document for details. Signed by Judge Frederick J Martone on 9/24/09.(LSP)
|June 11, 2009
ORDER granting 63 Motion to Compel with the limitation that defendants are not to access the substance of any documents contained on plaintiff's hard drives or media storage devices; denying 68 Motion for Extension of Time to file opposition to defendants' motion to compel on grounds of mootness. Granting 74 Motion to Substitute Attorney. Neil Alden, Esq. and Curtis Bergen, Esq. of the law firm Jardine Baker Hickman & Houston, PLLC are substituted as attorneys of record for Leo Kahn, M.D.. Added attorney Neil C Alden for Leo Kahn, Curtis Marshall Bergen for Leo Kahn. Attorney Dustin Allan Christner terminated. Granting 75 Motion to Withdraw previously filed opposition to defendants' motion to compel and motion for protective order; denying 77 Motion for Protective Order. Signed by Judge Frederick J Martone on 6/10/09.(DMT, )
|January 12, 2009
ORDER denying Kahn's 24 Motion to Quash; granting pla's 29 Motion to Compel. The parties, and non-party Kahn, are encouraged to cooperate in finding practical solutions to their concerns. They are also reminded of the 2 page limit on discovery motions under this court's order of 9/12/08 at 3 paragraph 9 ( 17 ). Signed by Judge Frederick J Martone on 1/9/2009.(LAD)
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