Dawson, et al v. Goldman Sachs & Co.
ORDER granting 97 Unopposed Motion to Amend Order (Dkt. #65) by Magistrate Judge Kathleen M. Tafoya on 9/16/14.(sgrim)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Magistrate Judge Kathleen M. Tafoya
Civil Action No. 13BcvB02030BCMABKMT
CLINTON J. DAWSON, and
GOLDMAN SACHS & COMPANY,
This matter comes before the Court on Goldman Sachs’ “Unopposed Motion to Amend
Order (Dkt. #65)” [Doc. No. 97]. For good cause shown, it is hereby
Goldman Sachs’ “Unopposed Motion to Amend Order (Dkt. #65)” [Doc. No. 97] is
GRANTED. Mr. Wyatt shall produce to counsel of record for Goldman Sachs and Ocwen Loan
Servicing, LLC and Litton Loan Servicing, LP in this proceeding copies of the documents he
intends to produce in response to any request from any party or intervenor in this proceeding
before disclosing them to plaintiffs or otherwise in this proceeding. Counsel for Goldman Sachs
and Ocwen/Litton shall promptly review those documents for privilege and confidentiality. Any
documents counsel believes are subject to claims of privilege or other right of non-disclosure shall
be identified on a privilege log and segregated for further handling. The privilege log and all other
documents produced by Mr. Wyatt (those not subject to claims of privilege or other right of
nondisclosure) shall be promptly provided to counsel for plaintiffs.
Mr. Wyatt shall also be provided with a copy of the privilege log. Documents subject to a
claim of privilege or confidentiality shall not be disclosed to plaintiffs absent agreement of the
parties or pursuant to order of this Court. All other rights of the parties with respect to the
documents produced by Mr. Wyatt, including with respect to the original documents in Mr.
Wyatt’s possession, are preserved.
Dated this 16th day of September, 2014.
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