Menard v. Midwest Medical Supply Co L L C
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|November 21, 2012
MEMORANDUM RULING. IT IS ORDERED that the plaintiffs motion to compel (Rec. Doc. 23) isDENIED.IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the plaintiffs motion for sanctions (Rec.Doc. 23) is DENIED.IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that oral argument on the motion to compel,whic h had been scheduled for November 27, 2012, is CANCELLED.IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the parties shall contact the undersigned, notlater than seven day after the date of this order, for the purpose of scheduling a Rule16 conference. Signed by Magistrate Judge Patrick J Hanna on 11/21/12. (crt,Jordan, P)
|April 17, 2012
VACATED. SUA SPONTE JURISDICTIONAL Briefing Order. Signed by Magistrate Judge Patrick J Hanna on 4/17/2012. (crt,Kennedy, T) Modified to reflect document as VACATED on 4/17/2012. See document 20 Order. (Kennedy, T)
|March 14, 2012
SECOND SUA SPONTE JURISDICTIONAL BRIEFING ORDER. Signed by Magistrate Judge Patrick J Hanna on 3/14/2012. (crt,Kennedy, T)
|February 7, 2012
SUA SPONTE JURISDICTIONAL BRIEFING ORDER: IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that, not later than twenty-one days after the date of this order, Midwest shall file a memorandum setting forth specific facts that support findings that the amount in controversy exc eeds the jurisdictional minimum and the parties are diverse in citizenship. These facts should be supported with summary-judgment-type evidence. The plaintiff will then be allowed seven days to respond to the defendants memorandum. Signed by Magistrate Judge Patrick J Hanna on 2/7/2012. (crt,Kennedy, T)
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