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EEOC v. John Muir Health

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Northern District of California Oakland Division


June 25, 2010

EEOC, PLAINTIFF,
v.
JOHN MUIR HEALTH, DEFENDANT.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Laurel Beeler United States Magistrate Judge

ORDER RE JOINT DISCOVERY LETTER

On June 25, 2010, the parties in this matter filed a joint letter indicating that they have reached a tentative resolution of their dispute concerning Plaintiff's request to compel Defendant's responses to interrogatories. (Dkt. #39.) Specifically, the parties have agreed to the following procedure: (1) Defendant will serve its responses to Plaintiff's interrogatories on June 25, 2010; (2) Plaintiff will conduct a follow-up deposition on July 21, 2010; (3) Plaintiff will serve any follow-up discovery within one week after the deposition; and (4) Defendant will serve its responses two weeks after service of the follow-up discovery.

As the parties acknowledge, while the foregoing procedure resolves their discovery dispute, it requires an extension of the July 30, 2010 non-expert discovery deadline. (See Dkt. #35 at 2.)

Accordingly, the parties request that this Court suspend the discovery deadline as to this limited discovery. Because this request involves amending deadlines set by the presiding judge in this C 08-02634 PJH (LB) matter as part of the general management of this case, the Court directs the parties to re-submit their request, along with a proposed order, to Judge Hamilton for her consideration.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

20100625

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