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Smith v. Crete Carrier Corp.

United States District Court, E.D. Arkansas, Pine Bluff Division

November 14, 2016

JIMMY G. SMITH PLAINTIFF
v.
CRETE CARRIER CORPORATION and CURTIS PEAVY, INDIVIDUALLY DEFENDANTS

          WRIGHT, LINDSEY & JENNINGS LLP Jerry J. Sallings (84134) Attorneys for defendants

          BYRD LAW FIRM, P.A. John Richard Byrd, Jr. (200430) Attorneys for plaintiff

          DOWNS LAW FIRM, APC Ross Downs (2006061) Attorneys for plaintiff

          PROTECTIVE ORDER

          HONORABLE D. P. MARSHALL, JR. Judge

         It is ordered that as to all confidential, privileged, financial, business secret, medical and sensitive information ("Confidential Information"), including electronically stored information, produced by parties in this case, the directives of this protective order will apply to parties and their attorneys, agents, employees, contractors, and anyone to whom parties publish the Confidential Information.

         1. Parties may mark any Confidential Information being produced subject to this protective order in a manner that would provide reasonable notice that the documents/items are intended to be covered by this order. However, the absence of such markings does not relieve a party from the obligation to abide by this order as to items that are clearly meant to be covered such as medical records and financial records.

         2. Confidential Information subject to this protective order shall only be disclosed as follows: (a) to counsel of record for the respective parties including their office and clerical staff; (b) officers, directors and necessary employees of any party in connection with the trial preparation of that party in this case; (c) expert witnesses or consultants engaged by a party to assist in the prosecution or defense of the action provided such witnesses and consultants separately agree to be bound and governed by the terms of this order; (d) the court and court personnel subject to such safeguards as the court may deem necessary; (e) non-party witnesses and their counsel only to the extent disclosure is necessary for their testimony and provided that they shall separately agree to be bound and governed by the terms of this order.

         3. Parties and other persons to whom Confidential Information is disclosed shall not publicize or disclose in any fashion Confidential Information other than in the context of development of this action through witnesses or experts, and such disclosure shall be made in a manner so that the Confidential Information does not become a matter of public record, unless authorization by this Court is first granted to allow the information to become a matter of public record for the purpose of using such information in the pursuit of this litigation.

         4. This Order does not constitute a finding that the Confidential Information is relevant or otherwise admissible at trial. This Order does not constitute a finding that any party has waived any objections to the authenticity, confidentiality, relevance or other objections to admissibility of the files or information at trial; nor does it constitute a finding that any party has waived any objections to the production of the same or similar information which may be sought in other litigation or other proceedings.

         5. Parties and other persons to whom Confidential Information has been disclosed shall be required at the conclusion of this action, including any appeal, to shred, destroy, or return to counsel for the producing party the documents which constitute the Confidential Information designated herein and all copies of the documents within ninety (90) days of the conclusion of this action.

         6. If any party disputes the designation of any document or item as confidential and subject to this protective order, then the parties should adhere to the procedures set out in the this court's Final Scheduling Order under the heading of "Discovery Disputes." However, in no event may any party apply for relief under this paragraph AFTER the conclusion of this action.

         7. The requirements of Rule 5.2 of the FRCP apply to any and all documents covered by this order.

         8. The provisions of this Order shall extend to any discovery that may arise in the future in this matter between the parties in which additional Confidential Information, or other information which the parties agree shall be subject to this Protective Order, is provided by either party. Should a party contest the applicability of this Order to such possible future discovery, the party shall be entitled to file a Motion with the Court for determination of the issue.

         9. This Court retains jurisdiction to enforce this protective order for one year after conclusion of this case by final judgment. Thereafter, this protective order shall be ...


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