MIHUTI v. MID AMERICA CLINICAL LABORATORIES, LLC
ORDER ON SEPTEMBER 3, 2020, HEARING - The parties appeared by counsel September 3, 2020, for a hearing on pending motions. **SEE ORDER FOR FURTHER DETAILS** Signed by Magistrate Judge Tim A. Baker. (MGG)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA
LAYLA CHRISTINA MIHUTI,
MID AMERICA CLINICAL LABORATORIES,
ORDER ON SEPTEMBER 3, 2020, HEARING
The parties appeared by counsel September 3, 2020, for a hearing on pending motions.
For the reasons more fully set forth on the record, the Court made the following rulings:
Plaintiff's motion for protective order [Filing No. 59] is denied. The parties shall
file a Uniform Stipulated Protective Order by September 10, 2020. If either party
believes that order needs to be modified, they may file a motion seeking such
relief, provided, however, that the Court is not inclined to modify the protective
order as requested at the September 3 hearing.
Plaintiff's motion for leave of Court to seek publication [Filing No. 52] is
denied. This motion seeks improper, advisory, injunctive relief, and smacks of a
Defendant's motion for leave to file sur-reply [Filing No. 60] is granted, and the
sur-reply attached to that motion is deemed filed as of the date of this order.
Plaintiff's motion to quash [Filing No. 53] is granted in part and denied in
part. The motion is denied as moot to the extent it seeks to quash production of
documents subpoenaed from SpecialityCare, because Defendant has agreed to
treat these documents as confidential and subject to the protective order. The
motion is granted as to all documents Plaintiff asserts are protected by the
attorney client privilege, provided, however, for every document withheld
Plaintiff shall produce a privilege log by September 17, 2020. The motion to
quash is denied in all other respects, and any responsive documents shall be
produced by September 17, 2020.
Tim A. Baker
United States Magistrate Judge
Southern District of Indiana
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