Moncrieffe v. State Farm Insurance
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|July 14, 2011
RULING: Accordingly, the dft's denying 13 Motion to Compel Inspection and Depositions is granted in part. Pltf shall provide access to the property at issue for an inspection on a date selected by the defendant, but no later than 8/31/2011. The scheduling order will be amended to extend the deadline for the defendant to complete fact discovery, including the inspection of the property and taking the plaintiffs deposition, to 8/31/2011. The deadline for the defendant to complete its expe rt discovery will also be extended to 8/31/2011, and the deadline for the defendant produce any required expert report will be extended to 9/30/2011. In all other respects, the defendants motion is denied. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Riedlinger on 7/13/2011. (CMM) Modified on 7/14/2011 to edit text. (CMM)
|February 18, 2011
ORDER granting 7 Motion to Compel Plaintiffs Responses to Interrogatories and Requests for Production filed by State Farm Fire and Casualty Company. Plaintiff shall serve substantive answers to the defendants Interrogatories and produce for inspec tion and copying all documents responsive to the defendants Requests for Production of Documents, without objections, within ten days. Pursuant to Rule 37(a)(5)(A), the plaintiff is also ordered to pay to the defendant, within ten days, reasonable expenses in the amount of $250.00. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Riedlinger on 2/17/2011. (PJH)
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