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BANKS v. OFFICE OF SENATE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS

United States District Court for the District of Columbia


May 4, 2005.

ROY BANKS, Plaintiff,
v.
OFFICE OF THE SENATE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS and DOORKEEPER, Defendant.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: JOHN FACCIOLA, Magistrate Judge

ORDER

In accordance with the accompanying Memorandum Opinion, it is, hereby, ORDERED that:

1. Plaintiff's Motion for Discovery and Sanctions Pursuant to the Court's February 16, 2005 Order [#135] is GRANTED in part and DENIED in part; and it is FURTHER ORDERED that
2. Defendant's Motion for Leave to File Surreply to Plaintiff's Reply in Support of His Motion for Discovery and Sanctions [#150] is GRANTED;*fn1 and it is FURTHER ORDERED that
3. By July 1, 2005, Banks may depose, at his own expense, Jean McComish, Barbara Berger, Doug Fertig, K.C., M.K, and S.R.*fn2 Each deposition shall last no more than two hours, and the questions shall be limited to: (a) the questions asked and answers provided during the June 2003 investigation; (b) any subsequent interviews that were or appeared to be about discriminatory remarks or behavior by any Capitol Facilities manager or supervisor; and (c) the decision to pursue or not to pursue disciplinary action against anyone mentioned during the investigation, including M.K. and S.R.
SO ORDERED.


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