v. H&R Block Eastern Enterprises, Inc.
||H&R Block Eastern Enterprises, Inc.
||Cathy S. Conaway and Sanks Enterprises, Inc.
||September 15, 2016
||US District Court for the Southern District of Georgia
||William T. Moore
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|May 15, 2017
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 21 Motion to Quash; granting in part and denying in part 21 Motion. Within 10 days of the date this Order is served, she must produce all of HRB's subpoenaed documents. In addition, the Court Ord ers the movants to pay HRB $1500 for its fees and expenses on this matter. The Clerk is directed to Administratively Close this case if there are no more filings within 21 days of the date this order is served. Signed by Magistrate Judge G. R. Smith on 5/15/17. (wwp)
|February 15, 2017
ORDER: The movants' motion to quash, doc. 1, as amended, doc. 2, is DENIED without prejudice to renew it through replacement counsel. The Court STAYS enforcement of respondent's subpoena for 14 days from the date this Order is served. Finally, the movants' motion for oral argument is DENIED as moot. Doc. 10. Signed by Magistrate Judge G. R. Smith on 2/15/17. (jlm)
|December 19, 2016
ORDER referring 1 Motion to Quash to Magistrate Judge G. R. Smith. Signed by Judge William T. Moore, Jr on 12/19/16. (jlm)
|December 13, 2016
ORDER denying 11 Motion to Quash; denying 13 Motion for Protective Order; denying 14 Motion to Quash; denying 15 Motion for Protective Order. Signed by Judge William T. Moore, Jr on 12/13/16. (jlm)
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