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Scientific Games Corp. v. AGS LLC

United States District Court, D. Nevada

July 13, 2017

SCIENTIFIC GAMES CORPORATION, et al., Petitioners,
v.
AGS LLC, Respondents.

          ORDER

          NANCY J. KOPPE United States Magistrate Judge

         Pending before the Court are several discovery motions, which have been fully briefed. Docket No. 44 (motion to quash subpoena); Docket No. 49 (response); Docket No. 52 (reply); Docket No. 45 (motion for protective order); Docket No. 50 (response); Docket No. 53 (reply); Docket No. 46 (motion to compel); Docket No. 47 (sealed, unredacted version of motion to compel); Docket No. 51 (response); Docket No. 54 (reply).

         The Court hereby SETS a hearing on these motions for 9:30 a.m. on July 24, 2017, in Courtroom 3A.[1] To ensure that counsel are properly prepared for the hearing, the Court provides the guidance below concerning the hearing. Counsel shall be prepared to address all of the below issues, and to offer at the hearing any evidentiary support necessary for their arguments.

         I. DISCOVERY OF DOCUMENTS

         A. Discovery in Dispute

         As an initial matter, the requests for documents as drafted are very broad. See, e.g., Docket No. 46-7 at 6 (“All Documents referring to or reflecting any Communication between You and Plaintiffs”). The Court is inclined to focus the arguments on the documents sought as narrowed through the meet-and-confer process. In particular, Petitioners offered to narrow the outstanding discovery as follows:

(1) documents sufficient to show the contractual relationship, if any, between AGS and DigiDeal, Shuffle Tech, Aces Up, and/or Poydras-Talrick Holdings;
(2) documents sufficient to show AGS's sales projections for any casino automatic card shufflers covered by AGS's agreement with Shuffle Tech and/or the sales of which will result in any compensation to Shuffle Tech;
(3) documents sufficient to show AGS's current and projected costs for manufacturing any casino automatic card shufflers covered by AGS's agreement with Shuffle Tech and/or the sales of which will result in compensation to Shuffle Tech;
(4) documents sufficient to show when any casino automatic card shufflers covered by AGS's agreement with Shuffle Tech and/or the sales of which will result in any compensation to Shuffle Tech became or will be available for sale, and in what quantity;
(5) documents sufficient to show all payments, royalties, or other financial transfers from AGS to DigiDeal, Shuffle Tech, Aces Up, and/or Poydras-Talrick Holdings; and
(6) documents sufficient to show all projections for future payments, royalties, or other financial transfers from AGS to DigiDeal, Shuffle Tech, Aces Up, and/or Poydras-Talrick Holdings.

See Docket No. 46-6 at 13-14.

         B.Particular ...


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