Catar Clinic of Hot Springs LLC et al v. Robinson et al
ORDER: The Court hear argument, and took evidence, on possible injunctive relief at a hearing held on 8/31/2017 and 9/1/2017. The Court made three rulings: Subject matter jurisdiction exists; The 4 Motion for preliminary injunction is denied; and All defendants must preserve every record they have that relates to this dispute. The Court confirms that the agreed standstill order, 24 , has expired. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/7/2017. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
CAT AR CLINIC OF HOT SPRINGS,
LLC, and STOCKTON MEDICAL
THOMAS F. ROBINSON, M.D.; TIFFANY
TERRY; ARKANSAS RECOVERY CLINIC;
ARC REHABILITATION CENTER, P.A.;
CSCB REHABILITATION MANAGEMENT
GROUP, LLC; ADDICTION RECOVERY
CARE OF LITTLE ROCK; ARC CLINIC;
and JANE DOE #1
The Court heard argument, and took evidence, on possible
injunctive relief at a hearing held on 31 August 2017 and 1 September
2017. For the reasons stated on the record at the end of the hearing, the
Court made three rulings:
• Subject matter jurisdiction exists;
• The motion for preliminary injunction, NQ 4, is denied; and
• All defendants must preserve every record they have that
relates to this dispute. This preservation obligation covers
all paper and all electronic records. It covers all related
records of all the named entities and all related personal
records possessed by Robinson, Terry, and the named
owners and operators.
During this case,
Defendants must keep up with their patient referrals, which
they can do by creating a stand-alone file, separate from any
patient file, for referrals.
This compilation will be a
confidential and protected record.
The Court confirms that the agreed standstill order, NQ 24, has expired.
D.P. Marshall Jr.
United States District Judge
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