McBeath v. Tucson Tamale Company
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|July 21, 2017
ORDER that Plaintiff's Motion for a Protective Order that Protects Defendants' Employees from Intimidation and Declares that Plaintiff may have Ex Parte Contact with Them (Doc. 30 ) is DENIED IN PART and GRANTED IN PART. It is further Ord ered that Plaintiff's Motion for a Protective Order to Shield Experts Consulted Informally (Doc 39 ) is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. It is further Ordered Defendants' Motion to Quash and for Protective Order Protecting Third Party Koty-Leavitt Insurance Agency from Plaintiff's Subpoena (Doc. 55 ) is DENIED IN PART and GRANTED IN PART. It is further Ordered Plaintiff's Motion to Compel Defendants: (1) to give their consent to Google to produce responsive e-mails; ( 2) to allow Shawn Kaylor to produce responsive e-mails; (3) to destroy employment files obtained from Plaintiff's prior employer; and (4) to narrow subpoena served on Glenn Murphy (Doc. 70 ) is DENIED IN PART and GRANTED IN PART (see attached Order for complete details). Signed by Magistrate Judge Bernardo P Velasco on 7/20/2017.(MFR)
|February 23, 2017
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION: It is Ordered that the Report and Recommendation (Doc. 29 ) is adopted as the opinion of the Court. It is further Ordered that the Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings (Doc. 18 ) is DENIED. It is further Ordered that the Motion for Leave to Amend the Complaint (Doc. 25 ) is GRANTED. It is further Ordered that this case remains referred to Magistrate Judge Bernardo P. Velasco. Signed by Senior Judge David C Bury on 2/21/2017. (MFR)
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