Thompson v. The Jamaica Hospital Medical Center et al
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|November 20, 2015
OPINION re: 76 MOTION for Extension of Time to Complete Discovery , filed by Sean Thompson, 70 MOTION to Dismiss . MOTION to Preclude, filed by New York University Medical Center, NYU Hospital for Joint Di seases, NYU Hospitals Center, NYU Langone Medical Center. OPINION: The Plaintiff has cross-moved to extend discovery. Both the motion and the cross-motion are granted in part and denied in part, as set forth below. The Motion for Sanctions is Gra nted in Part. Having failed to comply with his Rule 26 obligations and the Orders of this Court, the Plaintiff will be precluded from presenting any evidence with respect to damages other than that produced so far in discovery and that which is produ ced in accordance with this Order. The Motion to Extend Discovery is also Granted. The motion to extend discovery is granted for the limited purpose of carrying out the previously-noticed Rule 30(b) (6) depositions of the Defendants, which will be co mpleted within 45 days. Any further discovery will be permitted only after application to the court and for good cause shown. Any dispositive motion will be filed by January 1, 2016. (As further set forth in this Order.) (Signed by Judge Robert W. Sweet on 11/20/2015) (spo)
|June 19, 2015
OPINION AND ORDER #105595 re: 51 MOTION to Preclude . filed by New York University Medical Center, NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases, NYU Hospitals Center, NYU Langone Medical Center. The NYU Defendants' motion to dismiss or preclude pursuant to Rule 37 is therefore granted in part and denied in part, as set forth above. It is so ordered. (As further set forth in this Order.) (Signed by Judge Robert W. Sweet on 6/19/2015) (ajs) Modified on 6/19/2015 (soh).
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