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05-5894 - Pall Corporation v. Entegris, Inc.


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05-5894 - Pall Corporation v. Entegris, Inc.
June 20, 2008
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: Before this Court are objections filed by defendant Entegris 123 to Magistrate Judge Wall's April 16, 2008 discovery order 120 compelling Entegris to produce some 28 attorney communications, which Entegris believes are protected from disclosure. The Order, one of many issued throughout the course of lengthy discovery proceedings in this matter overseen by the Magistrate Judge, was issued after full briefing during a telephone hearing at which oral argument was heard. However, the written Order does not contain the reasons for the decision to compel production; nor is there a recording of the telephone conference. In order to determine whether the Magistrate Judge's Order was clearly erroneous or contrary to law, this Court remands the matter to the Magistrate Judge for an explanation as to the basis for his April 16th Order. So Ordered by Judge Roslynn R. Mauskopf on 6/20/2008. (Brucella, Michelle)
September 2, 2008
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ORDER denying 117 Motion to Compel. The order of 4/16/08 is vacated. The motion to compel, previously granted, is now denied. See attached Order. Ordered by Magistrate Judge William D. Wall on 9/2/08. (Hepworth, F.)
September 25, 2008
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ORDER withdrawing 155 Motion to Compel at the request of the movant. See attached order for new deadlines. Ordered by Magistrate Judge William D. Wall on 9/25/08. (Hepworth, F.)
November 26, 2008
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER denying as moot 144 Motion to Strike. For the reasons enclosed, Magistrate Judge Wall's Order of May 23, 2008, clarifying the 9/15/2006 Protective Order is neither clearly erroneous not contrary to law. Accordingly, Entergris' objections are dismissed. So ordered by Judge Roslynn R. Mauskopf on 11/26/2008. (see order for further detail). (Clarke, Melonie)