Roberts v. CrestPark Nursing Home
ORDER on the parties stipulations. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 7/2/2014. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
PINE BLUFF DIVISION
CRESTPARK STUTTGART, LLC;
STUTTGART VISION CLINIC;
GEORGE M. DUNN, JR., ODPA;
CHERYL CONLEY; and MISTY
The parties stipulate and the Court Orders as follows.
During the course of this litigation, the parties may identify and
agree to produce certain documents containing confidential and personal
information about the parties and other individuals who aren't parties to this
action. This Order ensures that these documents are restricted to persons
involved with this litigation. Specifically, Roberts may identify and agree to
produce her own medical and financial records. Defendants may identify and
agree to produce personnel records of third parties. These documents and
information are subject to the provisions of this Order.
During the course of discovery, the parties may request additional
personal, confidential, or proprietary documentation from each other or from
third parties. If any documents that will be produced contain personal,
confidential, or proprietary information, the producing party may mark the
Any document so marked shall not be
disclosed to any person except as permitted by this Order. The designation of
any document as CONFIDENTIAL" shall be made in good faith, and the
parties shall have ten days after service of documents
"CONFIDENTIAL" to challenge the designation by filing a motion with the
Court. If personal, confidential, or proprietary information is disclosed in
response to an interrogatory, the answering party may designate the response
as confidential information by conspicuously stamping the interrogatory
answer with the word CONFIDENTIAL."
Parties to this action may also designate deposition testimony that
reveals personal, confidential, or proprietary information as confidential by
advising all persons present that the party believes that the portion of the
deposition in question falls under the scope of this Order. The parties will
redact confidential information from any documents produced in the course
of this litigation pursuant to the Rule 5.2 of the Federal Rules. The parties
reserve, however, the right to file with the Court a motion to produce should
any confidential information become relevant to the litigation of this matter.
The use of any documents or information subject to this Order
shall be restricted to the following persons:
The parties to this litigation;
counsel for the parties and their paralegals and clerical employees;
witnesses or prospective witnesses, including but not limited to
persons requested by counsel to furnish technical or other expert service, to
give testimony or to otherwise prepare for any deposition, hearing, trial, or
any other proceeding in this action, provided that witness or prospective
witness agrees to be expressly bound by the terms of this Order and not
disclose the documents or information in the documents to any party or
person outside this litigation; and
the Court and its personnel, including the stenographic reporters
not regularly employed by the Court who are engaged by the parties or the
Court during the litigation of this case.
When this action ends, whether by way of completion of the
litigation process, trial, and any appeal in this action and the satisfaction of any
judgment, or upon the conclusion of settlement of this action, all persons
subject to this Order shall return to the producing party, upon request, all
documents and information subject to this Order, including any copies, prints,
negatives, or summaries in the possession of employees, experts, or
consultants employed or retained by counsel for the parties, except those items
compromising any appellate record, hearing record, deposition, trial court
record, privileged communications, or attorney work product. This Court's
jurisdiction to enforce this Order shall end one year after this action ends.
Thereafter, the parties' obligations under this Order shall be solely a matter of
contract between themselves.
Whenever any document containing confidential information is
entered into the record, the document shall be redacted pursuant to Rule 5.2
of the Federal Rules. The document shall be filed under seal only when
redaction is not practicable. The document shall not be filed under seal when
used as evidence at trial.
No party shall seek sanctions based on an application to the Court
for an interpretation of confidentiality pursuant to this Order. Each party shall
bear its own attorney's fees related to any application for interpretation.
D.P. Marshall Jr. f
United States District Judge
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