Royal Printex, Inc. v. Walmart Stores, Inc. et al
||Royal Printex, Inc.
||Does and Walmart Stores, Inc.
||May 24, 2016
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||John E. McDermott
||Terry J. Hatter
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|January 24, 2018
ORDER ACCEPTING FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE by Judge Terry J. Hatter, Jr 47 , 54 , 55 . IT IS ORDERED that Plaintiff's motion for sanctions and contempt is GRANTED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED: 1. Defendants E.S. Sutton, Inc. and Extra Sportswear, Inc. (collectively, "Defendants") are hereby found by this Court to be in civil contempt; 2. Defendants are hereby again compelled to comply with all aspects of the Magistrate Judge's initial Order, dated September 29, 2017 (Docket No. 47). [See Order for further details.] (san)
|September 20, 2017
MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS by Magistrate Judge John E. McDermott re: MOTION to Compel Discovery Responses of Defendants E.S. Sutton, Inc. and Extra Sportswear, Inc. 39 . Defendants did not contribute their portion of the Joint Stipulation nor file any other opposition. Therefore, the Court issues an Order to Show Cause ("OSC") why Plaintiff's Motion should not be granted in its entirety, including as to sanctions. Defendants must respond by Wednesday, September 27, 2017. If the Court does not receive a response to this OSC by that date, the Court will sign the proposed order submitted by Plaintiff. (san)
|December 28, 2016
PROTECTIVE ORDER by Magistrate Judge John E. McDermott re Stipulation for Protective Order 19 . (See Order for Further Details) (kl)
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