Ortiz v. Roche et al
||Jose L Ortiz
||Steve Roche, Michael A. Tarckini, Gary J. Gemme, Matthew Early, Steve Bonczek, Michael V. O'Brien and City of Worcester
||February 27, 2015
||US District Court for the District of Massachusetts
||Timothy S Hillman
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Civil Rights
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|May 25, 2017
Magistrate Judge Katherine A. Robertson: MEMORANDUM ORDER entered. For the foregoing reasons, the Defendant's Motion for Sanctions for Plaintiff's Spoliation of Livery Records (Dkt. No. 73) is DENIED. (Finn, Mary)
|May 10, 2017
Magistrate Judge Katherine A. Robertson: MEMORANDUM AND ORDER entered. Plaintiffs Motion is DENIED IN PART and otherwise GRANTED consistent with the terms of this Opinion. The Motion is DENIED insomuch as the Defendants' may take deposition t estimony from Mr. Rand about facts that he learned as a result of his investigation in the instant case. They also may take testimony from him about the circumstances surrounding Mr. Coffeys statement, including how it came to be obtained, at whose direction it was obtained, and the manner in which it was obtained, including any written or oral communications between Mr. Rand and Mr. Pineiro with respect to Mr. Coffeys statement. Finally, the Defendants' are entitled to ask Mr. Rand about any oral communications he had with Mr. Pineiro during their October 19, 2016 meeting with Mr. Coffey. In all other respects, the Motion is GRANTED. (Finn, Mary)
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