Ms. Graves was unavailable to sign her declaration at the time of filing the Statement of Facts. Her declaration was therefore filed without her signature.
Motions practice for Rojas v. FAA 5 is expected to start Thursday, given that FAA has yet to seek an extension of time. It appears that the agency’s withholdings will be litigated in full given that no responses have been provided since the Complaint was filed.
Judge Snow has issued a scheduling order for Rojas v. FAA 5, filed last week. In that order, Federal Defendants are required to answer the lawsuit in 30 days, instead of the 60 day summons previously issued.It is possible the FAA will seek an extension though. The case was also assigned to the EXPEDITED track, similar to Rojas v. FAA 3 and Rojas v. FAA 4.
The counter for the agency to file a Motion for Summary Judgment is also 6 months from now. It is therefore likely that any records the agency will turn over without resorting to litigation will be turned over by then.