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16-169 - Thompson et al v. City of Oakwood et al


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16-169 - Thompson et al v. City of Oakwood et al
June 20, 2016
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ENTRY AND ORDER granting in part Plaintiffs' Motion for Partial Consolidation 5 and vacating the Court's prior scheduling order 16. The Court hereby VACATES its prior Scheduling Order 16 and ORDERS the parties to comply with the following schedule: 1. Defendants shall file an Answer to the Complaint by no later than June 30, 2016, 2. The parties shall have until August 1, 2016 to complete discovery relevant to the determination of Defendants' liability on Plaintiffs' claims, 3. The parties shall file dispositive motions, including motions for summary judgment, regarding Defendants' liability on Plaintiffs' claims by no later than August 19, 2016, 4. The Court will determine Defendants' liability on Plaintiffs' claims based on the briefing on the dispositive motions, unless one or both of the parties move for a hearing on a dispositive motion and the Court determines that a hearing would assist it in making its determination on that motion, 5. The Court will enter a schedule for discovery and briefing on the issues of damages and attorneys' fees and costs, if necessary, following its ruling on the parties' dispositive motions.Signed by Judge Thomas M. Rose on 6-20-2016. (de)
July 8, 2016
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ENTRY AND ORDER SETTING BRIEFING SCHEDULE ON DEFENDANT'S NOTICE OF PRE-SALE INSPECTION ORDINANCE AND REQUEST TO DECLARE TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AND PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION AS MOOT 23. The Court construes the Notice 23 as a motion to vacate the Preliminary Injunction 15 as moot. The Notice is therefore subject to the briefing schedule in S.D. Ohio Civ. R.7.2(a)(2), which states: Any memorandum in opposition shall be filed within twenty-one days after the date of service of the motion. Failure to file a memorandum in opposition may result in the granting of any motion that would not result directly in entry of final judgment or an award of attorneys' fees. Any reply memorandum shall be filed within fourteen days after the date of service of the memorandum in opposition. No additional memoranda beyond those enumerated are permitted except upon leave of court for good cause shown. Signed by Judge Thomas M. Rose on 7-8-2016. (de)
July 22, 2016
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ENTRY AND ORDER GRANTING IN PART DEFENDANTS' MOTION TO COMPEL PLAINTIFFS TO RESPOND TO DISCOVERY 30) AND SETTING BRIEFING SCHEDULE ON MOTION TO COMPEL PRODUCTION OF INFORMATION RELATED TO PLAINTIFFS' CLAIM FOR FEES ANDCOSTS UNDER 42 U.S.C. ยง 1988. The Court ORDERS that the Operating Agreement be produced immediately. The Court ORDERS Plaintiffs to submit a memorandum, no longer than 5 pages and by no later than July 27, 2016, stating why the fees and costs information should not be produced. Defendants may submit a responsive memorandum, no longer than 5 pages, by no later July 29, 2016. Signed by Judge Thomas M. Rose on 7-22-2016. (de)
August 4, 2016
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ENTRY AND ORDER GRANTING IN PART DEFENDANTS MOTION TO COMPEL PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS RELATING TO PLAINTIFFS' CLAIMED FEES, EXPENSES AND COSTS TO DATE 30. Signed by Judge Thomas M. Rose on 8-4-2016. (de)
March 1, 2017
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ENTRY AND ORDER GRANTING DEFENDANTS' MOTION TO STRIKE 55 DECLARATIONS OF JASON THOMPSON (DOC. 52-1), TIMOTHY GWIN (DOC. 52-2), AND GAYLE HITES (DOCS. 52-3 and 36-1). Signed by Judge Thomas M. Rose on 3-1-2017. (de)
March 31, 2017
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ENTRY AND ORDER granting Defendants' 67 Motion to Compel Discovery and For Related Relief. Plaintiffs' counsel is ORDERED to produce to Defendants all of the communications identified on the privilege log within 3 business days of entry of this Order, Defendants shall have 45 days from the entry of this Order to complete the deposition of Gayle Hites; within 14 days after the completion of Ms. Hites' deposition, Defendants may submit a supplemental memorandum (not to exceed 15 pages) addressing any new issues relevant to Plaintiffs' declarations in support of their Motion for Class Certification and Motion for Summary Judgment and raised by Ms. Hites deposition; within 7 days after the filing of Defendants' supplemental memorandum, Plaintiffs may file a responsive memorandum not to exceed 15 pages; and any further relief requested by Defendants in the Motion to Compel is DENIED. Signed by Judge Thomas M. Rose on 3-31-2017. (de)