Pankey et al v. Western Arkansas Rock, Inc. et al
AGREED PROTECTIVE ORDER. Signed by Honorable Barry A. Bryant on February 12, 2014. (mll)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT &0
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
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TERRELL PANKEY and SMITH COUNTY STONE, LLC
WESTERN ARKANSAS ROCK, INC.; AMELIA
MINERALS, LLC; DAVID J. POTTER; BILLY JOE
DUFFIELD; LARRY DUFFIELD; LUKE DUFFIELD;
and RANDY DUFFIELD
AGREED PROTECTIVE ORDER
The Court has ordered that the parties agree to a protective order concerning
Plaintiffs' discovery requests submitted in this litigation regarding certain requested
financial records and customer records as described in the Court's Order dated
January 31,2014, Document No. 57, and from consideration thereof, and other matters
of record herein, the Court finds as follows:
Pursuant to the Court's authority under Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(c), a protective
order should be issued with regard to the production of the certain financial records and
customer records as described in the Court's Order dated January 31, 2014, Document
No. 57, in connection with this litigation.
The certain financial records and customer records as described in the
Court's Order dated January 31, 2014. Document No. 57. which are produced during
the discovery and litigation of this matter shall not be disclosed by Plaintiffs,
Defendants, their counselor representatives, or witnesses to any person other than
counsel for the parties and their employees actively engaged in the conduct of this
litigation, any experts retained for the purpose of assisting counsel in trial preparation,
and witnesses who may testify in this action, provided that the individual for whom
disclosure is made is advised of this order prior to disclosure. The provisions of this
order shall not terminate at the conclusion of this action. Also, such disclosure shall be
made in a manner that the confidential information does not become a matter of public
record, unless Plaintiffs are granted authorization by this Court to allow the information
to become a matter of public record for the purpose of using such information in the
pursuit of litigation.
3. 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
Defendants have waived any objections to the authenticity, confidentiality, relevance or
other objections to admissibility of the files at trial: nor does it constitute a finding that
Defendants have waived any objections to the production of the same or similar
information which may be sought in other litigation or other proceedings.
Within 120 days after final conclusion of all aspects of this litigation, all
confidential documents and all copies of the same shall be returned to Defendants and
a certificate made by Plaintiffs' counsel of compliance herewith and delivered to
IT IS SO ORDERED this
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