Kuhns v. Equifax Inc. et al
||Equifax Inc., Richard F. Smith and John W. Gamble, Jr.
||September 8, 2017
||US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
||William S. Duffey
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|January 28, 2019
OPINION AND ORDER GRANTING IN PART AND DENYING IN PART the Defendants' 62 Joint Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim. It is GRANTED as to the Defendants Gamble, Ploder, and Dodge. It is DENIED as to the Defendants Equifax and Smith. Signed by Judge Thomas W. Thrash, Jr. on 1/28/2019. (sap)
|June 18, 2018
ORDER GRANTING IN PART AND DENYING IN PART 52 Motion for Limited Modification of the PSLRA Discovery Stay. The Court orders that the Lead Plaintiff and Equifax: (a) Meet and confer, and, within 30 days of this Order, seek entry of orders governing the treatment of confidential material and the production of Electronically Stored Information; (b) Meet and confer, and, within 30 days of this Order, seek entry of a proposed discovery schedule and Case Management Order; (c) May serve initial requ ests for the production of documents; (d) Meet and confer regarding the custodians whose ESI will be searched and what search terms should be used to search for ESI in response to any initial requests for the production of documents, and report to t he Court within 75 days of this Order on any disagreements or issues with respect to that process; and (e) May serve necessary document preservation subpoenas on Third Parties that have not been served in the MDL. Signed by Judge Thomas W. Thrash, Jr. on 6/15/18. (jkl)
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