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16-2191 - O'Garra v. Northwell Health

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16-2191 - O'Garra v. Northwell Health
January 22, 2018
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ORDER granting in part and denying in part 29 Motion for Discovery; granting in part and denying in part 26 Motion for Discovery. For the reasons set forth in the attached order, the discovery motions appearing as Docket Entries Nos. 26 and 29 herein are granted in part and denied in part. In summary, as set forth above, Plaintiff is directed to execute an authorization for employment records in the form and language in this order. He is also directed to review his production, and, within one week of the date of this order, produce complete copies of all documents produced, to the extent such documents are in his possession, custody or control. To the extent possible and not already produced, Defendant is directed to produce information as to the age, gender and race of individuals previously identified as applying, selected for interview and chosen for the positions identified. Defendant need not produce any other further information. Counsel are directed to confer and to promptly agree to a schedule for all depositions. All such depositions are to be completed by April 19, 2018. All fact discovery is to be completed by May 21, 2018. The first step in dispositive motion practice, if any is to be taken by June 8, 2018. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Anne Y. Shields on 1/22/2018. (Casalini, Rosalinde)