Stanley v. Tyson Foods Inc

Filing 55

ORDER granting deft's motion to extend agreed protective order 36 ; finding as moot motion to place confidential documents produced by Morgan Welch under protective order 50 ; and denying plaintiff's renewed motion to compel 44 . Signed by Judge Brian S. Miller on 11/3/08. (bkp) (docket text modified on 11/4/2008 to correct spelling error) (bfw). (docket text modified on 11/5/2008 to indicate document 40 inadvertently referenced in Order, ruling is for document 50 instead) (bfw).

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF DIVISION DEBORAH STANLEY v. TYSON FOODS, INC. ORDER Pending before the court are defendant's Motion to Extend Agreed Protective Order to Confidential Third Party Documents and Information [Doc. # 36] and Motion to Place Confidential Documents Produced by Morgan "Chip" Welch Under Protective Order [Doc. # 50], and plaintiff's Renewed Motion to Compel [Doc. # 44]. After careful review, the court grants defendant's motion to extend agreed protective order [Doc. # 36]. The parties' agreed protective order shall hereby encompass confidential third party documents and any confidential prior settlement agreements. Defendant's motion to place confidential documents produced by Morgan Welch under protective order [Doc. # 40] is hereby rendered moot. The court finds that the new evidence presented by plaintiff in support of her renewed motion to compel fails to establish that Mr. John Tyson has any special knowledge concerning this case. Plaintiff's renewed motion to compel [Doc. # 44] is hereby denied. IT IS SO ORDERED this 3rd day of November, 2008. UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE CASE NO. 5:08-CV-0004 BSM DEFENDANT PLAINTIFF

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