Griffin v. Morrison et al
STIPULATED CONFIDENTIALITY ORDER by Magistrate Judge Lourdes A. Martinez. (atc)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO
ROOSEVELT COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICERS
NATHAN KINNISON, MARK MORRISON, and
STIPULATED CONFIDENTIALITY ORDER
THIS MATTER is before the Court on the parties’ Stipulated Motion for
Confidentiality Order (Doc. 44), filed March 22, 2017. Having reviewed the motion, the Court
hereby orders the following:
Plaintiff Nettie Griffin shall produce in discovery a release for medical records of
Plaintiff. Plaintiff’s medical records are subject to the following terms and conditions:
1. This Stipulated Confidentiality Order shall apply to all materials designated by a party as
confidential in accordance with this order.
2. Documents shall be identified as confidential within the scope of this Stipulated
Confidentiality Order by either stamping such materials with the word “Confidential,” or
alternatively by setting forth in a cover letter with any Confidential Material produced
that such material is Confidential Material, or alternatively by placing a cover sheet on
the front of Confidential Material produced, with the word "CONFIDENTIAL" typed,
written, or printed on such cover sheet. Deposition testimony shall be identified as
confidential within the scope of this order by designating specific pages of the deposition
transcript as “Confidential” within thirty days after receipt of the deposition transcript.
3. Documents and information covered by this Stipulated Confidentiality Order may be
disclosed to parties, counsel and expert witnesses in connection with this lawsuit.
4. With respect to any material which has been designated as confidential by the producing
party, the non-producing party may file a motion with the Court requesting that such
material should not be deemed confidential. Unless and until otherwise ordered by the
Court, documents or other materials designated as confidential shall be treated as
5. Nothing herein shall prevent a party from utilizing the other party’s confidential
documents and information at the trial of this case or in any pre-trial proceeding, subject
to the right of the party to seek protection of such materials and information from the
6. Upon completion of this action, the parties and their respective legal counsel shall either
destroy all copies of confidential documents covered by this order or shall return them to
counsel for the producing party.
7. Nothing contained in this Order, and no action taken pursuant to this Order, shall
prejudice the right of any party to contest the alleged relevancy, admissibility or
discoverability of documents sought or subject to this Order.
8. This order shall continue in force until amended or superseded by express order of the
Court and shall survive any final order entered herein.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
LOURDES A. MARTINEZ
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
Approved and agreed to: (Prior to modification by the Court)
KENNEDY KENNEDY & IVES
/s/ Joseph P. Kennedy
Joseph P. Kennedy
Attorney for Plaintiff
1000 2nd Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
505-244-1400 / F: 505-244-1406
BROWN LAW FIRM
Approved via email 03/16/17
Daniel J. Macke
Attorney for Defendants
3777 The American Rd. NW, Suite 100
Albuquerque, NM 87114
(505) 292-9677 / F: (505) 292-9680
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