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Judge E. G. Sullivan IRS MINUTE ORDER 1:13-cv-01559-EGS

Judge E. G. Sullivan IRS MINUTE ORDER 1:13-cv-01559-EGS

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Date Created:July 11, 2014

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MINUTE ORDER. For the reasons stated the Court the record during the status hearing July 10, 2014, Defendant IRS hereby ORDERED file sworn Declaration, official with the authority speak under oath for the Agency, later than August 11, 2014. this Declaration, the IRS must:  
(1) explain the facts and circumstances surrounding the "crash" Lois Lerner's hard drive 2011, including information about any recovery and restoration efforts that hard drive that have taken place date;  
(2) provide information about efforts produce relevant information lost from the "crash" Ms. Lerner's hard drive response Plaintiff's FOIA requests; and  
(3) provide information regarding the scope the ongoing investigation the Inspector General the Treasury relating the hard drive "crash," and any potential impact that investigation may have the ability Defendant produce documents responsive Plaintiff's FOIA request. the Court FURTHER ORDERED that this case referred Magistrate Judge John Facciola until September 10, 2014 that the parties may meet and confer discuss efforts relating the IRS's efforts produce information lost Ms. Lerner's computer from other sources. the Court FURTHER ORDERED that the close the meet and confer period, the parties are file joint status report, including recommendation for further proceedings, later than September 24, 2014. the parties are unable agree joint recommendation, each party shall file individual recommendation that time. ORDERED. Signed Judge Emmet Sullivan July 10, 2014. (lcegs1)