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15-899 - COVINGTON v. MEIJER STORES, LP et al


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15-899 - COVINGTON v. MEIJER STORES, LP et al
March 29, 2016
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***ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE DISCHARGED PER DKT. 97 ORDER*** ORDER. The Court will give the parties one last chance to establish that diversity jurisdiction is present, if they do not the case may be remanded. No extension of the deadlines set forth below should be anticipated. The Court hereby ORDERS as follows: Discovery in this action is open and any party may serve interrogatories and requests for production on Apollo regarding its citizenship. Discovery must be served with enough time to account for other deadlines in this Order, Apollo's 30 days to respond, and any subsequent motion to compel the parties may need to file; Within 90 days of the date of this Order, the parties must file a joint jurisdictional statement specifically setting forth the citizenship of each party to this action and whether all parties agree that the amount in controversy, exclusive of interest and costs, is at least $75,000; If the Court is not satisfied based on the parties' joint jurisdictional statement that it has diversity jurisdiction over this action, it will be remanded to state court and the Court may order monetary sanctions; Within 7 days of the date of this Order, Apollo is ordered to show cause why it did not file a status report as ordered by the Magistrate Judge, [Filing No. 93], and why it should not be sanctioned for its failure to provide the evidence of its citizenship as previously ordered by the Court. Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 3/29/2016. (BGT) Modified on 3/31/2016 (BGT).