Sherwood v. Cook Out, Inc.
||Cook Out, Inc.
||March 28, 2016
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky
||Joseph M. Hood
|Nature of Suit:
||Fair Labor Standards Act
|Cause of Action:
||29 U.S.C. § 201
|Jury Demanded By:
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|August 22, 2019
OPINION & ORDER: (1) GRANTING IN PART & OTHERWISE DENIES 56 MOTION to Dismiss Second Amended Complaint for Lack of Jurisdiction; (2) parties have 75 days to conduct limited discovery; (3) w/in 10 days after the close of limited disc period, df t SHALL file a renewed Rule 12 motion addressing the implicated topics; (4) pla SHALL respond to dfts' limited motion w/in 21 days; (5) dfts MAY reply w/in 14 days; (6) parties' filings SHALL NOT exceed 15 pages; (7) the court SUSPENDS the parties' Rule 26(f)(1) meeting & report obligation pending resolution of the limited Rule 12 motion; at the close of briefing, court will reevaluate the full record & likely evaluate the filings. Signed by Judge Robert E. Wier on 8/22/19.(KJR)cc: COR
|March 29, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: 1) 16 MOTION to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction is DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. 2) Parties SHALL CONDUCT DISCOVERY limited to issue of this Court's exercise of personal jurisdiction over Dft. 3) COMPLETE ALL JURISDICTIONAL DISCOVERY by 5/30/2017. 4) All discovery disputes are REFERRED to the magistrate judge assigned (Magistrate Judge Robert E. Wier randomly drawn). Signed by Judge Joseph M. Hood on 3/29/2017.(SCD)cc: COR
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