Osborn v. Bartos, et al.,
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|February 6, 2012
ORDER the Report and Recommendation (Doc. 280 ) is ADOPTED. IT IS ORDERED Defendants Unknown Parties (John Does and Jane Does) are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Signed by Chief Judge Roslyn O Silver on 2/3/2012. (KMG)
|September 20, 2010
ORDER that Pla's Motion to Compel Discovery, filed June 3, 2010 (Doc. 161) is GRANTED to the extent of the relief provided herein. FURTHER ORDERED that Dfts Ramos, Bartos, Palossari, and Kaufman are deemed to have admitted the allegations in the Requests for Admissions previously served upon them by Pla. FURTHER ORDERED that Dfts responses ordered herein above shall be served on Pla (or responses to orders to show cause filed) within fourteen days of the filing of this Order. FURTHER ORDERE D, pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37(a), that within twenty-one days of the filing of this Order, Dfts shall pay to Pla the sum of $77.50 as the costs of the motion to compel, unless within fourteen days of this Order either party f iles a notice setting forth an alternative calculation of such costs. In the event such a notice is filed, the other part(ies) shall have seven days from the service of such notice to respond thereto. FURTHER ORDERED, pursuant to Federal Rule of Civi l Procedure 37(d) granting sanctions against Dfts Palossari and Markley, the nature of such sanctions being taken under advisement. FURTHER ORDERED that within seven days of the filing of this Order, Dfts shall file with the Court a copy of Pla's interrogatories to Dft Palossari. Signed by Magistrate Judge Jay R Irwin on 9/17/10. (NOTE: See Order for full details)(KMG)
|September 9, 2010
ORDER - the Report and Recommendation is (Doc. 143) IS ADOPTED and Defendant Marten IS DISMISSED. Signed by Judge Roslyn O Silver on 9/8/10. (KMG)
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