HARRIS v. JELANI

CV No. 416-322.

ALYSON ANN HARRIS, individually, and HOLTON DEWEY HARRIS, by and through his Next Friend and Natural Guardian, Alyson Ann Harris, Plaintiffs, v. AL-MALIK NASHEED JELANI, et al., Defendants.

United States District Court, S.D. Georgia, Savannah Division.

Editors Note
Applicable Law: 28 U.S.C. § 1441
Cause: 28 U.S.C. § 1441 Notice of Removal - Tort / Motor Vehicle (P.I.) [Personal Injury]
Nature of Suit: 350 Motor Vehicle
Source: PACER


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Alyson Ann Harris, Plaintiff, represented by Cecil Clay Davis , Spiva Law Group, P.C..

Alyson Ann Harris, Plaintiff, represented by Howard E. Spiva , Spiva Law Group.

Holton Dewey Harris, Plaintiff, represented by Cecil Clay Davis , Spiva Law Group, P.C. & Howard E. Spiva , Spiva Law Group.

Al-Malik Nasheed Jelani, Defendant, represented by Matthew Peter Stone , Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP & Shawn N. Kalfus , Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP.

Cresco Capital, Defendant, represented by Suneel C. Gupta , Dentons US, LLP.

Ideal Logistics, LLC, Defendant, represented by Matthew Peter Stone , Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP & Shawn N. Kalfus , Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP.

Progressive Express Insurance Company, Defendant, represented by Matthew Peter Stone , Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP & Shawn N. Kalfus , Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP.

GEICO, as Underinsured Motorist Carrier, Interested Party, represented by Michael Lloyd Wetzel , Law Office of Michael L. Wetzel.


ORDER

G.R. SMITH, Magistrate Judge.

Defendants in this personal injury action requested a contempt hearing and compulsion of production from plaintiffs' expert neuropsychologist, Dr. Jeremy Hertza, as well as an extension of time to take his deposition. Docs. 55 & 59. After the motion was filed, Dr. Hertza "produced the requested data" and defendants withdrew their motion in part. Doc. 62. They still seek more time to take his deposition, as fact discovery has now closed. Id. at 2. As defendants were prevented from taking his deposition until the data was produced, through no fault of their own, they will get their additional time. Within 10 days of service of this Order, the parties are ORDERED to meet and confer and determine a mutually agreeable time and place for Dr. Hertza's deposition, which shall take place within the next 30 days.

SO ORDERED.


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