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Jordan v. Central Transport, LLC

United States District Court, W.D. Arkansas, Texarkana Division

May 24, 2017

MARQCHELLO JORDAN PLAINTIFF
v.
CENTRAL TRANSPORT, LLC, et at. DEFENDANTS

          BAILEY & OLIVER LAW FIRM Sach D. Oliver, Frank H. Bailey, T. Ryan Scott, Geoff D. Hamby Co-counsel for plaintiff

          WRIGHT, LINDSEY & JENNINGS LLP Kyle R. Wilson, Michael A. Thompson, Attorneys for defendant Central Transport, LLC

          AGREED PROTECTIVE ORDER

          Susan O. Hickey United States District Judge.

         The parties to this case, through their respective counsel, agree to protect the confidentiality of certain information (including deposition testimony) and documents (including documents stored in any electronic format) which may be discovered or offered into evidence at the trial of this case. The parties agree that the confidentiality of such information and documents shall be preserved under the terms of this Protective Order.

         1. It is agreed that material requested by any of the parties, which they deem confidential, shall be disclosed only to the following individuals, each of whom shall be required to read this Protective Order and agree to abide by its terms before being given any of the information:

a. Counsel for plaintiff and counsel for the defendants who are actively engaged in the conduct of this litigation and their staff to the extent reasonably necessary to render professional services in the litigation;
b. The parties to the litigation and their experts; and
c. Any other individuals included by order of the Court;

         Documents produced by the parties to which this Protective Order is applicable shall be stamped "CONFIDENTIAL."

         2. The inadvertent production, without designation as confidential, of information or a document intended to be designated or that should have been designated as being confidential shall not waive the right to so designate such document or information. Any information or documentation that is inadvertently not designated as being confidential when produced shall be, upon written request of the producing party, thereafter treated as being designated as confidential under this Protective Order.

         3. A party may designate as "CONFIDENTIAL" portions of any deposition transcript wherein confidential information or materials designated as "CONFIDENTIAL" are identified, discussed, or disclosed. Portions of a deposition transcript so designated will be subject to the terms of this Protective Order. The designation must be made by letter sent by facsimile or electronic mail to opposing counsel within twenty-one (21) business days after receipt of the transcript. Any confidentiality designation asserted on the record during a deposition must be confirmed in writing within this same time period, providing the specific pages of the transcript that are designated as "CONFIDENTIAL." The portions of a deposition transcript that mention or discuss materials designated as "CONFIDENTIAL" must be treated as "CONFIDENTIAL" and therefore subject to this Protective Order until 5:00 p.m. Central Time on the twenty first (21st) business day after receipt of the transcript. All portions of the deposition transcript not designated as "CONFIDENTIAL" by 5:00 p.m. Central Time on the twenty first (21st) business day after receipt of the transcript are excluded from the protections of this Protective Order.

         4. The parties agree that they will protect the confidentiality of documents produced in this case by third parties ("Third-Party Confidential Information") and agree to extend the provision of this Protective Order to Third-Party Confidential Information produced by third parties in this case. To accomplish this purpose, the parties will provide third parties with a copy of this Protective Order and advise those third parties to follow the requirements of this Protective Order with regard to designating information as confidential. Any documents or other materials produced by third parties that is designated as "CONFIDENTIAL" pursuant to this Protective Order shall be treated as Third-Party Confidential Information and be subject to this Protective Order's provisions governing confidential information.

         5. A lawyer who wishes to challenge the "CONFIDENTIAL" designation made by the producing party of any materials must first attempt in good faith to confer with lawyers for the producing party in an effort to resolve the issue amicably. If agreement cannot be reached, the challenging party may file a motion asking the Court to remove the designation. The motion should describe with specificity the particular materials for which the designation is being challenged and set forth with specificity the particular materials that are not properly designated as "CONFIDENTIAL." The party seeking to maintain materials as "CONFIDENTIAL" generally will bear the burden of proving that the designation is proper. Materials designated as "CONFIDENTIAL" will continue to be treated as such and subject to the provisions of this Protective Order pending determination by the Court of the merits of any such challenge.

         6. Subject to the Federal Rules of Evidence, any confidential information or documents may be offered in evidence at trial or any Court hearing. Any party may move the Court to prevent ...


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