Dixon v. Experian Information Solutions Inc et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|May 11, 2015
OPINION AND ORDER: GRANTING 68 MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Green Tree Servicing LLC and DISMISSING Dixon's claims and DENYING 79 MOTION Oral Argument filed by Edward Dixon. Judgment ordered entered in favor of Green Tree on all pending claims. ***Civil Case Terminated. Signed by Chief Judge Philip P Simon on 5/11/15. (jld)
|June 25, 2014
OPINION AND ORDER: granting in part and denying in part Plaintiffs Motion to Compel Production of Documents Against Defendant Experian Information Solutions, Inc. 37 and ORDERS Defendant Experian Solutions, Inc. to comply with the Courts Orders h erein on or before July 25, 2014. The Court hereby GRANTS in part and DENIES in part Experian Information Solutions,Incs Motion for a Protective Order 43 and ORDERS Experian to make a Rule 30(b)(6) witness available to Dixon for deposition on Topi c 13, if Experian produces responsive communications between Experian and CDIA and if the deposition is timely requested by Dixon pursuant to this Order, within the time parameters set forth in this Order. Consistent with its May 14, 2014 Order, the Court extends the discovery deadline to September 5, 2014, solely to allow Experian to serve its supplemental discovery responses by July 25, 2014, and for Dixon to take the deposition of Experians 30(b)(6) witness on Topic 13, if appropriate, within the time frame set forth in this Order. Signed by Magistrate Judge Paul R Cherry on 6/25/2014. (rmn)
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