CSPC Dophen Corporation v. Hu
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|January 12, 2018
STIPULATION and ORDER signed by District Judge Morrison C. England, Jr. on 01/11/18 ORDERING this case STAYED and REFERRED to VDRP; the 41 Motion to Dismiss and the 45 Motion to Compel are DENIED as moot. The parties are to file a Joint Status Report regarding the status and progress of VDRP every 30 days until completion of VDRP, and a final Joint Status Report not later than 10 days after the completion of VDRP (cc: VDRP). (Benson, A.)
|January 5, 2018
STIPULATED PROTECTIVE ORDER regarding the disclosure and use of discovery materials signed by District Judge Morrison C. England, Jr., on 1/3/18. (Kastilahn, A)
|November 28, 2017
ORDER signed by District Judge Morrison C. England, Jr on 11/27/2017 GRANTING 34 Motion for Leave to File Surreply. Plaintiff shall file the surreply attached as Exhibit A to the Motion as a separate entry on the docket in this proceeding, and shall caption it as Plaintiffs Surreply. (Hunt, G)
|November 13, 2017
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Deborah Barnes on 11/9/17 ORDERING that Plaintiff's 10/6/17 MOTION for expedited discovery 13 is GRANTED in part; Within ten days of the 11/9/17 hearing defendant shall respond to Plaintiff's Interrogat ory No. 4, as modified: "Identify the password or login information for any CSPC Dophen email accounts in your possession."; and Plaintiff's 10/6/17 MOTION for expedited discovery 13 is DENIED in all other respects. (Mena-Sanchez, L)
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