Granger et al v. Lowe's Home Centers, LLC
||Gary M. Granger and Elena Granger
||Lowe's Home Centers, LLC and Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
||August 1, 2014
||California Eastern District Court
||Kimberly J. Mueller
||Sheila K. Oberto
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Personal Injury
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|October 3, 2014
ORDER signed by Judge Kimberly J. Mueller on 10/3/14: The court construes 6 the defendant's motion to strike under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 12(f) as a motion to dismiss under Rule 12(b)(6); Declines to strike the plaintiffs' improperly filed Second Amended Complaint in the interest of judicial economy and GRANTS the defendants' converted motion to dismiss the claim for punitive damages with prejudice. (Kaminski, H)
|April 28, 2015
ORDER on Defendant Lowe's Home Centers, LLC, Motions for Protective Order Precluding Depositions of its Corporate Employees, Disclosure of Settlement Communications, and Disclosure of Confidential Policies, Procedures, and Trade Secrets. THE CO URT HEREBY ORDERS that Defendant Lowe's Motions for Protective Order (Docs. 42; 43; 44), are DENIED without prejudice. Further, to the extent Defendant Lowe's produces documents containing or relating to its employees' personnel record s in response to Plaintiffs' or Samsung's discovery requests, the parties are hereby ORDERED not to disclose or use such documents beyond the context of the present litigation. Order signed by Magistrate Judge Sheila K. Oberto on 4/28/2015. (Timken, A)
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