Magistrate Judge Denies Plaintiff's Motion To Compel, Allows 2nd Deposition

Magistrate Judge Denies Plaintiff's Motion To Compel, Allows 2nd Deposition

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - A federal magistrate judge in Kansas on Jan. 21 denied an employment discrimination plaintiff's motion to compel a defendant company to conduct a more complete search for responsive documents but allowed for a second deposition of a corporate representative because pertinent documents were not produced until after the event occurred (Jeremy Didier v. Abbott Laboratories, No. 13-2046-JWL, D. Kan.; 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 6909).

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