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Klayman v Judicial Watch flsd

Klayman v Judicial Watch flsd

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Judge scolds Larry Klayman for not following rules in defamation case against Judicial Watch in federal court, Southern District of Florida
Judge scolds Larry Klayman for not following rules in defamation case against Judicial Watch in federal court, Southern District of Florida

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTSOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDACASE NO. 13-20610-CIV-ALTONAGA/SIMONTONLARRY E. KLAYMAN, Plaintiff,v.JUDICIAL WATCH, INC., Defendant. /ORDER DIRECTING PLAINTIFF TO COMPLY WITH DISCOVERY PROCEDURESThis matter is before the Court
 
upon a review of the file in anticipation of theMarch 5, 2014 discovery conference. On March 3, 2014, Plaintiff submitted as supportingmaterials a motion to compel previously stricken by the Court and certain emailsproduced in discovery by Defendant. The Court’s Order on discovery proceduresprovides that the party seeking relief:shall provide Magistrate Judge Simonton a copy of all source materialsrelevant to the discovery dispute, via hand-delivery or through a scannedPDF document that is emailed to the CM/ECF mailbox(simonton@flsd.uscourts.gov), when the Notice of Hearing is filed. (For example, if the dispute concerns interrogatories, the interrogatories atissue and the response thereto shall be provided to Magistrate JudgeSimonton’s Chambers.) (DE # 55, p. 4). Plaintiff’s re-submission of the stricken motion fails to comply with theCourt’s prior directive. The discovery dispute identified in Plaintiff’s notice of hearing(DE # 77) involves three subpoenas and Defendants’ objections to those subpoenas. Thus, the supporting materials for the discovery conference should, at a minimum,consist of copies of those subpoenas and copies of Defendants’ objections. It shouldnot include a stricken motion to compel. It is inherently unfair for one side to submit amemorandum to which the other side has not responded. The Court will therefore strike
Case 1:13-cv-20610-CMA Document 84 Entered on FLSD Docket 03/03/2014 Page 1 of 2

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