There are 2. One is a motion to compel; the second is labeled as an order granting the motion. THIS DOES NOT MEAN THE COURT HAS GRANTED THE MOTION - it's a courtesy to the court, not something the court has done. (At least not yet.)
Yes there is a document on the docket that is labeled as an order granting this motion to compel; it is common practice for attorneys to draft orders granting motions like this so that the judge doesn't have to.
THE MOTION TO COMPEL HAS NOT YET BEEN GRANTED.
Moving on to the intro:
Also, this is good, solid legal writing. The first paragraph leaves no doubt as to what the author is requesting and why; the second addresses counter-arguments.
(1) No idea if this will be granted - not my area; not comfortable making predictions.
(2) That said, while there's room for disagreement, I still think the areas that the defendants want to learn about are relevant to the sanctions motion.
So we'll just have to wait and see what happens.