Bringedahl v. Sheridan County, Montana et al
PROTECTIVE ORDER re 27 Stipulation for Protective Order. Signed by Judge Brian Morris on 1/4/2017. (MMS)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA
GREAT FALLS DIVISION
SHERRY BRINGEDAHL, Personal
Representative of the Estate of David
SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, A
Political Subdivision, and OFFICER
SCOTT NELSON, Individually and in
his Official Capacity,
) Case No.: CV-16-27-GF-BMM
) PROTECTIVE ORDER
The parties having filed a Stipulation for Protective Order entered into
between Plaintiff and Sheridan County, and for good cause,
It is hereby ordered that Sheridan County shall release to Plaintiff’s counsel
documents in its possession requested in Plaintiff’s first discovery requests which are
or may be confidential criminal justice information subject to the protective order:
Some documentation to be released by Defendants may be confidential.
All documentation considered confidential shall be marked “confidential.”
Plaintiff’s counsel shall not further release or disclose confidential
documentation other than to Plaintiff, and Plaintiff’s experts that are required to
review and actually need to utilize such documentation to render an opinion, but only
in compliance with this Protective Order.
The obligation of Plaintiff’s counsel and other recipients to keep
released or disclosed documentation confidential includes the obligation not to
further release or disclose such documentation, but also the obligation not to further
release or disclose the contents of such documentation, except in compliance with
this Protective Order.
Plaintiff’s Counsel and Defense Counsel are responsible for ensuring
that those to whom they release confidential documentation: (i) keep all
documentation released or disclosed confidential; (ii) not disclose what he or she
learns to others; and (iii) submit to the jurisdiction of this court for purposes of
Prior to the release or disclosure of confidential documentation in a
deposition or other compulsory process, such confidential documentation shall be
designated confidential by marking the same with the following: “Confidential:
Further disclosure without consent or authorization is prohibited.” Plaintiff’s counsel
shall require as a condition of release or disclosure that such documentation be
protected from further release or disclosure except in compliance with this Protective
Dated this 4th day of January, 2017.
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