Judge Sullivan orders counsel and attorneys to meet and confer regarding discovery disputes for at least 4 hours at the courthouse.

Joao Control & Monitoring Systems, LLC v. City of Yonkers, et al.

Case Number: 1:12-cv-07734-RJS

Following receipt of a joint letter from the parties concerning a discovery dispute, Judge Sullivan

  • Ordered, “in light of the obvious acrimony and distrust between the parties and their counsel,” parties to meet and confer regarding discovery issues in a courthouse court room that the Court will reserve for them.
  • Denied plaintiff’s request for additional hours and costs for an interrupted 30(b)(6) deposition.

In a related order [Dkt. 92], the court said that the 30(b)(6) deposition should be held where depositions of a corporation are presumptively to be held – at the corporation’s principal place of business – here: Montreal.

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