The DOJ attorney noted that the government had served 108 subpoenas in this matter, and taken 20 depositions. It was not clear whether any of these occurred during the DOJ’s pre-filing investigation. He also noted that NAR had served six subpoenas and taken one deposition. Of course each party is free to ask a deponent questions during a deposition – these figures simply refer to the number of subpoenas/depositions commenced by each party.
In support of his request for adequate time to respond to the government’s expert witness report, NAR’s attorney reminded the court that thirty-six (36) markets were at issue, the government had recently submitted a one hundred (100) page, single-spaced expert witness report, and that fifty depositions remained to be taken. The court granted NAR until
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