Ortega v. Clinton et al
||Olga Clarissa Ortega
||Hillary Rodham Clinton, Patrick F Kennedy, Florence Fultz and Janice L Jacobs
||January 20, 2011
||Arizona District Court
||Phoenix Division Office
||Lawrence O Anderson
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|July 26, 2011
ORDER, Petitioner's Response to Respondent's Motion to Stay Civil Proceedings 37 , is hereby STRICKEN without prejudice; Petitioner shall re-file her Response on or before 8/1/11 or Respondent's 35 , 34 Motion to Stay Civil Proceedings may be summarily granted. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 7/25/11. (REW)
|August 10, 2011
ORDER, denying Respondent's Motion to Stay Proceedings Pending Outcome of Criminal Proceedings and Motion to Stay Discovery 34 , 35 . Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 8/10/11.(REW)
|December 13, 2011
ORDER, Petitioner's Motion to Extend Time to File Written Report 44 is granted; Petitioner's disclosure of all expert opinions and report, as to Anna Ochoa O'Leary, Ph.D. only, shall be made no later than 1/6/12; Respondent's di sclosure of expert opinions and reports, shall be made by 2/3/12; true rebuttal expert opinions and reports solely to contradict or rebut evidence shall be made by 2/24/12; affirming all other orders and deadlines set forth in the Court's 5/16/11 Scheduling Order 33 . Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 12/12/11. (REW)
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