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08-140 - ATEX TECHNOLOGIES, INC. v. WEST


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08-140 - ATEX TECHNOLOGIES, INC. v. WEST
March 3, 2008
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ORDER signed by MAG/JUDGE P. TREVOR SHARP on 3/3/08, that Defendant shall immediately serve his emergency motion upon Plaintiff. Plaintiff shall respond to the motion by 5:00 p.m. Friday, March 7, assuming that Defendant accomplishes service of the motion by noon on March 4. The Court enters no order on the emergency motion at this time, and the motion remains pending before the Court. The Court notes for the benefit of the parties that Rule 32(a)(3) provides that "nor shall a deposition be used against a party who, having received less than 11 days notice of deposition, has promptly upon receiving such notice filed a motion for a protective order under Rule 26(c)(2) requesting that the deposition not be held... and such motion is pending at the time the deposition is held." The TRO entered by the state court should be considered by this Court on or before March 10. The parties will be notified by the Clerk of further scheduling in the matter. (Welch, Kelly)