Carter v. Dart et al
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|June 14, 2011
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Susan E. Cox on 6/14/2011: Plaintiff's motion to take more than ten depositions dkt. 62 is granted in part and denied in part. Plaintiff is given leave to depose the officer, or officers, that escorted plaintiff while at Stroger Hospital, but plaintiff is not given leave to depose all eight officers without further order of the Court. Plaintiff is given leave to depose either Mr. Gaspar or Ms. Wroble. Plaintiff is also given leave to depose the grievance officials, but plaintiff's request to depose Linda Kampe, an official at Cermak Health Services, is denied. [ For further details see written opinion.] Mailed notice(hp, )
|April 18, 2011
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Robert M. Dow, Jr on 4/18/2011: Before the Court are (1) Defendants motion to bifurcate and to stay discovery and trial as to Plaintiffs claims against Cook County under Monell v. Department of Social Services , 436 U.S. 658 (1976) 54 and Plaintiffs motion to take additional depositions 62 . For the reasons set forth below, the Court respectfully denies Defendants motion to bifurcate and stay 54 and refers the motion to take additional depositions [62 ], along with all further discovery motions and supervision, to the calendar of Magistrate Judge Cox. The notice of motion date of 4/19/2011 is stricken and no appearances in the district court are required on that date; however, the case remains set for status in the district court on 5/12/2011.Notices Mailed by Judge's Staff notice(tbk, )
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