Anthony Edwards v. A. Arutyunyan et al
PROTECTIVE ORDER by Magistrate Judge Frederick F. Mumm re Stipulation for Protective Order 52 (see attached) (jm)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Case No. 2:15-cv-5564-SJO (FFMx)
Plaintiff, [PROPOSED] PROTECTIVE
Based on the stipulation of the parties filed concurrently herewith, and for
good cause shown, the Court makes the following orders:
Plaintiff’s counsel shall maintain the confidentiality of the disclosed
portions of Plaintiff’s Confidential Inmate Central File (“C-File”) produced as an
initial disclosure by Defendant for “Attorney’s Eyes Only.” Specifically, Plaintiff’s
counsel shall take all reasonable steps to safeguard the disclosed portions of
Plaintiff’s Confidential C-File, and shall not disclose or disseminate the documents
or their content except as provided herein. Plaintiff’s counsel will not disseminate
or disclose the contents of the Confidential C-File to Plaintiff Anthony Edwards or
to third-parties, including experts and trial consultants, without first obtaining the
consent of Defendant’s counsel or an order from this Court authorizing such
Plaintiff’s counsel shall not use the disclosed portions of Plaintiff’s
Confidential C-File for any reason other than prosecution of the claims in this case.
Plaintiff’s counsel shall return the disclosed portions of Plaintiff’s
Confidential C-File, and any and all copies of documents, to Defendant’s counsel
within thirty (30) days of the conclusion of the proceedings against Defendant
Valenzuela, including any appeal.
This Protective Order, and the obligations of all persons hereunder,
including those related to disclosure and use of the disclosed portions of Plaintiff’s
Confidential C-File, shall survive the final termination of this case, whether such
termination is by settlement, judgment, dismissal, appeal, or otherwise, until further
order of this Court.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: October 18, 2016
/S/ Frederick F. Mumm
The Hon. Frederick F. Mumm
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