Federal Trade Commission v. Response Makers, LLC
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|November 19, 2010
ORDER: The (Doc. 10 ) Report and Recommendation is adopted. No later than 10 days after the date this Order is filed, Petitioner shall serve a certified copy of this Order on Respondent or its counsel by personal service, or by certified or register ed mail with return receipt requested, or by overnight express delivery service. Petitioner shall file proof of service no later than 14 days after the date this Order is filed. No later than 10 days after service of this Order, Respondent Response M akers, LLC shall comply in full with Petitioner's Civil Investigative Demand and produce to Petitioner all responsive documents and information in compliance with the Civil Investigative Demand. Signed by Judge William Q. Hayes on 11/19/2010. (Per Order, a certified copy of this Order was sent to Petitioner; the certified copy was sent to AUSA Raven M Norris.) (mdc)
|October 5, 2010
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION For Order Requiring Respondent To Fully Comply With Petitioner's Civil Investigative Demand: It is ordered that Petitioner serve a certified copy of this Order on Respondent or its counsel by personal service, or by cer tified or registered mail with return receipt requested, or by overnight express delivery service on or before 10/15/2010. Objections to R&R due by 10/29/2010. Replies due by 11/5/2010. Signed by Magistrate Judge Barbara Lynn Major on 10/5/2010. (A certified copy of this Order was sent to AUSA Raven M Norris.) (mdc) (jrl).
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