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Fair Housing Council of Central California, Inc.; Rene v. Tylar Property Management

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA


October 24, 2012

FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA, INC.; RENE MCCANTS, AND TAWANA PICKETT, PLAINTIFFS,
v.
TYLAR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY, INC.; MELVIN JOEL WAPNER AND DAVID EVANS,
DEFENDANTS.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Gary S. Austin United States Magistrate Judge

ORDER RE PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS FOLLOWING MOTION TO COMPEL HEARING Date: October 19, 2012 Time: 9:30 a.m. Courtroom: 10 Magistrate Judge: Gary S. Austin

Plaintiff, Fair Housing Council of Central California's ("Plaintiff") Motion to Compel Responses and Production of Documents came before this Court on October 19, 2012, 21 at 9:30 a.m., in Courtroom 10, of the above-entitled Court, the Honorable Gary S. Austin, 22 presiding. Michael S. Helsley, Esq., of Wanger Jones Helsley PC, appeared on behalf of 23 Defendants, Tylar Property Management Company, Inc., Melvin Joel Wapner and David 24 Evans' (collectively "Defendants"). Elizabeth Brancart, Esq. of Brancart & Brancart appeared 25 on behalf of Plaintiffs. 26 Based on the parties' meet and confer session and good cause appearing 27 therefore:

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that by October 24, 2012, Defendants will 2 produce the following documents in response to Plaintiff's Subpoena to Produce Documents, 3 Information or Objects, or to Permit Inspection of Premises in a Civil Action: 4 1. All timekeeper records reflecting time worked on this case between June 1, 2012 and June 11, 2012; 6 5 2. All attorney notes related to settlement of this case between June 1, 2012 7 and June 11, 2012; and 8 3. Audit Trails for the Settlement Agreements between Defendants and Plaintiffs, Rene McCants and Tawana Pickett.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that by November 9, 2012, Defendants will 11 produce the following documents in response to Plaintiff's Request for Production, Set One: 12 1. Request Nos. 1-3: Pursuant to a protective order signed by this Court, Defendants will produce and/or make available for inspection tenant files for Fresno area 14 properties managed by Tylar; 15 2. Request Nos. 5-8 and 14: Defendants will produce all responsive 16 documents; 17 3. Request Nos. 9 and 11: Defendants will produce former and current 18 employees' contact information, dates of employment and information regarding employment 19 position; 20 4. Request No. 10: Defendants will produce Defendant, Dave Evan's employee 21 file; 22 5. Request No. 12: Defendants will produce any documents between Defendants and Plaintiffs or between Defendants that concern Plaintiffs. 24 6. Request No. 13: Defendants will produce copies of complaints involving 25 discrimination and/or harassment based on sex; 26

7. Request Nos. 15-17: Defendants will produce no documents, as Plaintiff has 2 agreed not to seek to compel any financial documents at this time, but reserves the right to do 3 so in the future; and 4 8. Request Nos. 18-19: Defendants and Plaintiffs have agreed to supplement 5 their Rule 26 Disclosures regarding any allegation or affirmative defense. Defendants will also 6 produce documents relating to any rebuttal of its claims or defenses. 7 8

IT IS SO ORDERED.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

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