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15-6698 - Chen v. Stony Brook University Advancement et al


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15-6698 - Chen v. Stony Brook University Advancement et al
March 13, 2017
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ORDER granting 37 Motion for Discovery to the extent that Plaintiff must produce her redacted tax returns. For the reasons set forth in the attached Order, Plaintiff is directed to produce her tax returns for 2014 through 2016, including the forms attached to her tax returns that set forth the amounts and sources of her income from wages, salaries, tips and other earned income. Plaintiff may redact all information from her tax returns that does not relate to her income or the source of her income, including information as to her husband's income. Such production shall be made by March 31, 2017. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Anne Y. Shields on 3/13/2017. (Casalini, Rosalinde)
March 16, 2018
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ORDER granting in part and denying in part 55 Motion for Discovery; terminating 56 Motion for Discovery. As set forth in the attached Order, Plaintiff's motion to re-open and compel discovery is decided as follows: (1) Plaintiff's motion to re-open discovery is granted to the extent that a. Plaintiff may take limited depositions of both Testa and Le Viness. Each deposition shall be limited to questions regarding the June 2014 Memo and the Le Viness notes, and each deposition shall be limited to one hour. Both depositions must be completed within thirty (30) days of this order. b. Defendants shall provide Plaintiff with a copy of Agro's performance reviews within thirty (30) days of this order.(2) Plaintiff's request to compel the production of Agro's resume is denied.(3) Plaintiff's request to compel the production of the Raiser's Edge log file is denied.Additionally, the Court sets the following discovery timelines: * All discovery shall conclude by April 30, 2018; * The last date to take the first step in dispositive motion practice is May 7, 2018; and * Parties shall submit their proposed pretrial order by May 30, 2018. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Anne Y. Shields on 3/16/2018. (Casalini, Rosalinde)