Dreese v. Neighbors & Associates, Inc.
ORDER granting 14 joint motion for order regarding KHRC documents. Signed by Magistrate Judge James P. O'Hara on 8/25/2017. (amh)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF KANSAS
NEIGHBORS AND ASSOCIATES,
BOSS TANK/TANK AFFILIATE,
Case No. 17-2364-JWL
ORDER FOR INSPECTION AND REPRODUCTION OF RECORDS
OF THE KANSAS HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
This matter comes before the court upon the parties’ Joint Motion (ECF
No. 14) for Order for Inspection and Reproduction of Records of the Kansas
Human Rights Commission (KHRC) concerning Charge No. 38712-16,
Michael Dreese v. Neighbors and Associates. The court finds the KHRC
documents appear to be relevant and discoverable. Therefore, the motion is
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the KHRC shall produce to any party
to this action, or any attorney representing such a party, a copy of its
investigative file(s) pertaining to the charge filed by Charge No. 38712-16,
Michael Dreese v. Neighbors and Associates, except such portions thereof
which may be of a deliberative or conciliatory nature or are attorney work
product of the KHRC legal staff. If redactions are not necessary, the KHRC
shall permit any party to this action, or any attorney representing such a
party, access to such investigative file(s) for inspection and copying. The
KHRC is ordered to allow copies of the same to be made at the expense of the
party receiving such production. Should the KHRC consider that any items
are of a deliberative or conciliatory nature or attorney work product of the
KHRCs legal staff, copies of such items shall be forwarded to the undersigned
judge for in camera inspection within thirty (30) days of the date of this
order. A brief summary of the documents submitted to the Court shall be
served on all parties in this case.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated this 25th day of August, 2017.
s/ James P. O’Hara
Hon. James P. O’Hara
U.S. Magistrate Judge
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