Williams v. John Does 1-5
||John Does 1-5
||October 22, 2009
||US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
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|March 30, 2010
OPINION and ORDER granting Plaintiff's 6 Ex Parte MOTION to Conduct Limited Third Party Discovery. Plaintiff may immediately serve the third-party subpoenas appearing at Exhibits A & B to the instant motion and shall require the witnesses to respond within 20 days of the date of service. Signed by Judge J. Owen Forrester on 3/30/10. (bse)
|December 8, 2009
OPINION and ORDER granting 2 EX PARTE MOTION for Leave to Conduct Limited Third-Party Discovery in Advance of Rule 26(F) Conference and Memorandum of Law In Support. Plaintiff may immediately serve the third-party subpoenas appearing at Exhibits E & F to the instant motion and shall require that the witnesses respond within 20 days of the date of service. Should Plaintiff be successful in identifying any of the John Does 1 through 5, he must next consider whether they are properly joined in a single action. In similar cases in the past, the court has required plaintiffs to bring individual actions where joinder is inappropriate, and it may well do so in this case. Signed by Judge J. Owen Forrester on 12/8/09. (bse)
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