O'Bryant v. Gray Insurance Company, et al
ORDER AND REASONS re 134 Objections filed by Seacor Marine, LLC as set forth in document. Signed by Chief Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt on 10/19/2017.(my)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA
TIMOTHY G. O’BRYANT
GRAY INSURANCE COMPANY, ET AL
SECTION “N” (1)
ORDER AND REASONS
Before the Court is Defendant Seacor Marine, LLC’s Objections to Exhibits and
Deposition Testimony to be Used in Lieu of Live Testimony at Trial (Rec. Doc. 134). Plaintiff
filed no opposition. Having considered the submissions of Defendants,
As to Exhibit 32, the deposition transcript of Dianna Thompson, IT IS ORDERED that
the passage appearing on p. 31, l. 3-7 and the passage appearing on p. 116, l. 10-15, be and are
hereby DELETED, and such material is STRICKEN FROM THE RECORD, and shall not be
presented to the jury.
As to Exhibit 33, the deposition transcript of Rodney Thompson, IT IS ORDERED that
the passage appearing on p. 27, l. 5 - p. 27, l. 11 and the passage appearing on p. 29, l. 24 – p. 30,
l. 18, be and are hereby DELETED, and such material is STRICKEN FROM THE RECORD,
and shall not be presented to the jury.
As to Exhibit 45, IT IS ORDERED that items 12, 27, 28 and 36, be and are hereby
STRICKEN FROM THE RECORD and are to be redacted from Exhibit 45, as such matters
shall be REFERRED TO TRIAL for appropriate rulings based upon witness testimony. The
motion is DENIED as to item 34 in Exhibit 45.
New Orleans, Louisiana, this 19th day of October 2017.
KURT D. ENGELHARDT
United States District Judge
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