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LIGHTFOOT v. ROSSKOPF

June 10, 2005.

JAMES LIGHTFOOT, Plaintiff,
v.
HENRY ROSSKOPF, Defendant.



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

ORDER

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

1. Plaintiff shall, within ten days of the date of this Order, provide to defendant the following documents:

 
a. March 12, 2003 Lightfoot Application to Boxley, with attachments.
b. March 20, 2003 letter/document to Lightfoot from Graves.
c. April 3, 2003 letter from Graves to Lightfoot.
d. April 16, 2003 letter from Graves to Lightfoot.
e. April 30, 2003 letter from Graves to Lightfoot.
f. May 4, 2003 letter from Lightfoot to Graves.
g. Undated letter from Blackwell to Lightfoot notifying him that his separation was effective May 7, 2003.
h. April 7, 2004 letter from District of Columbia to attorney Clair. i. February 20, 2004 letter from Valerie Jones to Mr. Clair.
j. May 3, 2004 letter from Kenneth Saunders, Director of Office of Human Rights to attorney Clair.
k. May 11, 2004 letter from Kenneth Saunders to attorney Clair.
  Also within ten days of the date of this Order, plaintiff will provide the court with a privilege log as to the following remaining documents:
 
a. May 16, 2003 certified mail grievance from Lightfoot to Superintendent of Public Schools for the District of Columbia.
b. February 20, 2004 letter from Jones to Lightfoot or his representatives.
c. April 28, 2004 affidavit executed by Mr. Lightfoot in the Office of Human Rights.
d. May (sic, should be March) 15, 2003 letter from attorney Claire to Superintendent of Public School.
e. April 16, 2003 letter from attorney Clair to Annette Adams.
f. May 5, 2003 letter from attorney Clair to Thomas Gay.
g. April 25, 2003 letter from attorney Clair to Loretta Blackwell.
h. May 11, 2004 letter from attorney Clair to Hyton Demus.
i. June 23, 2004 status report from attorney Clair to Office of Human Rights.
j. August 2, 2004 letter from attorney Clair to Bobby James Hoet.
  Within ten days of defendant's receipt of the privilege log, defendant will supplement his original motion to compel, as explained in the accompanying Memorandum Opinion.

  Finally, within ten days of the date of this Order, defendant will comply with the disclosure requirement of Local Civil Rule 7.1 or file a praecipe indicating that this rule does not apply.

  It is also, hereby,

  ORDERED that defendant's Motion to Compel Discovery [#23] is GRANTED in part and STAYED in part.

  SO ORDERED. MEMORANDUM OPINION

  This case was referred to me for all purposes including trial. Currently pending and ready for resolution is defendant's Motion to Compel Discovery. For the reasons stated below, defendant's motion will be granted in part and stayed in part.

  INTRODUCTION

  This case arises out of an automobile accident that occurred on October 31, 2003. James Lightfoot ("plaintiff") claims that at the time the accident occurred, he was traveling northbound on New York Avenue, N.W. in Washington, D.C. Plaintiff further claims that when he slowed to turn right into the parking lot of a McDonald's restaurant, Henry Rosskopf ("defendant"), who was traveling northbound directly behind plaintiff, negligently ran into the back of plaintiff's car.

  As a result of this accident, plaintiff filed two lawsuits. The first lawsuit, Civil Action 04-1059, the current action, was filed against the other driver of the car. The second lawsuit, Civil Action 04-1280, was filed against the District of Columbia, plaintiff's former employer. In the motion currently before the court, ...


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