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17-147 - Uni-Systems, LLC v. United States Tennis Association, Inc. et al

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17-147 - Uni-Systems, LLC v. United States Tennis Association, Inc. et al
September 13, 2017
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER. For the reasons set forth in the written opinion, 97 Plaintiff's Motion to Compel is granted in part, 101 Defendant's Letter Motion to Compel is denied, and 108 Petersen's Motion for Reconsideration is denied without prejudice. The stay of discovery is lifted. The parties shall submit a joint status report and proposed discovery plan addressing the items listed in Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(f)(3) by September 29, 2017. A telephone conference has been scheduled before the undersigned for October 4, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. The parties shall provide the Court with dial-in instructions as part of their joint status report. See full written opinion for details. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Cheryl L. Pollak on 9/13/2017. (Blase, Brendan)
November 3, 2017
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ORDER granting 135 and 149; granting in part and denying part 143, 155, 156; and denying as moot 154. See attached Order for rulings as to specific documents. The parties are ORDERED to meet and confer meaningfully regarding their discovery disputes as set forth in the attached Order no later than 11/13/2017. The parties shall then file one joint letter of no more than 15 pages by 11/20/2017, setting forth the specific relief sought by each party, as well as each opposing party's position with respect to the relief sought. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Cheryl L. Pollak on 11/3/2017. (Blase, Brendan) Modified on 11/3/2017 (corrected permissions to unseal Order) (Blase, Brendan).
November 17, 2017
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ORDER re 167. As explained in the attached Order, 167 Mr. Liddell's motion for admission pro hac vice is once again denied without prejudice. Mr. Liddell's inability to follow the rules of the Court in the simple matter of seeking admission pro hac vice raises concerns about his ability to follow other rules, and also suggests inadequate supervision by the lawyers from his firm who have already appeared. Mr. Liddell may submit a corrected motion that complies in every way with the rules governing pro hac vice admission and the conduct of litigation in this Court. Should he be unable to file a compliant application on his third attempt, Mr. Liddell will be denied admission with prejudice. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Cheryl L. Pollak on 11/17/2017. (Caggiano, Diana)
March 15, 2018
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER granting 216, denying 218, re 125-215-220-222-226. Plaintiff shall supplement its responses to the Trade Secret Defendants' Interrogatories Nos. 1, 2, and 3 by 4/2/2018, but need not respond to No. 4. Trade Secret Defendants shall reduce the questions from the hearing to writing and plaintiff shall respond within 21 days. Plaintiff is Ordered to continue to supplement trade secret discovery responses in a timely fashion. Parties shall meet and confer regarding issues with responses to plaintiff's discovery requests and shall file a letter by 4/2/2018 with a status updated and proposing a revised schedule for submissions under the Local Patent Rules. Disclosure required by Local Patent Rule 6 is due by 4/16/2018. The request to shift costs, 218, is denied, but parties may avail themselves of methods for remote attendance. See attached for details. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Cheryl L. Pollak on 3/15/2018. (Blase, Brendan)