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Part-Timer #1078435 v. Meijer Stores Limited Partnership

January 26, 2007

PART-TIMER #1078435, A/K/A, JAMES BRADY, PLAINTIFF,
v.
MEIJER STORES LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, ET AL., DEFENDANTS.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: George C. Smith, Judge United States District Court

JUDGE SMITH

Magistrate Judge Kemp

ORDER

On January 12, 2007, Plaintiff James Brady a/k/a "Part-Timer" ("Plaintiff") filed a Complaint and Request for a Protective Order (Doc. 5). In Plaintiff's Complaint and Request for Protective Order, Plaintiff requests the Court to immediately seize his personnel file and place it in the protective custody of the Court to prevent Defendants from altering or destroying any records created by Plaintiff or pertaining to Plaintiff's employment or work at Meijer #058.

The Court has been unsuccessful in its attempts to reach Plaintiff via the telephone number he listed on his Complaint and Request for Protective order. The Court has, however, been able to reach counsel for Defendant Meijer Stores and Defendant Meijer Stores has agreed to submit copies to this Court of Plaintiff's personnel file including any records created by Plaintiff or pertaining to Plaintiff's employment at Meijer #058. It is ORDERED that all such documentation must be submitted by February 2, 2007 and should be submitted via facimile transmission to (614)719-3232 or via U.S. Mail to Judge Smith's Chambers, 322 Joseph P. Kinneary US Courthouse, 85 Marconi Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43215. The agreement by Defendant Meijer Stores to submit said documentation renders Plaintiff's Request for a Protective order moot.

This Order does not permit the parties to conduct premature discovery. All discovery must be conducted in accordance with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure such that no discovery should occur until after the Rule 26(f) conference.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

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