Cannon v. Correctional Medical Care, Inc. et al

Filing 56

ORDER: As part of the Court's February 27, 2017 Text Order, Dkt. No. 51, Counsel for the Correctional Medical Care ("CMC") Defendants was instructed to provide to Chambers the personnel files for Defendants Goyer; Gallup; and Dr. Mas aba. On March 7, 2017, the personnel files for the Defendants were submitted to the Court. The in camera review of Defendant Goyer's, Gallup's, and Dr. Masaba's personnel files reflected certain information that may be relevant to Pla intiff's claims, or the Defendants' defenses. Those relevant portions are described herein. When retrieving the personnel files, Counsel for the CMC Defendants shall make a copy of the pages from the personnel files which have been ident ified above and provide it to all counsel. Because of the personal nature of the documents, they shall be provided pursuant to a duly executed protective order. The Court further directs that the Counsel for the CMC Defendants immediately retrieve from the Court's courtroom deputy, Maria Blunt, the personnel files. Signed by Magistrate Judge Daniel J. Stewart on 3/17/17. (alh, )

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK TRACY CANNON, as Administratrix of the Estate of MARK CANNON, Jr., Plaintiff, -v- Civ. No. 9:15-CV-1417 (GLS/DJS) CORRECTIONAL MEDICAL CARE, INC., et al, D Defendants. DANIEL J. STEWART United States Magistrate Judge ORDER As part of the Court’s February 27, 2017 Text Order, Dkt. No. 51, Counsel for the J Correctional Medical Care (“CMC”) Defendants was instructed to provide to Chambers the personnel files for Defendants Goyer; Gallup; and Dr. Masaba. On March 7, 2017, the personnel files for the Defendants were submitted to the Court. The in camera review of Defendant Goyer’s, Gallup’s, and Dr. Masaba’s personnel files reflected certain information that may be relevant to Plaintiff’s claims, or the Defendants’ defenses. Those relevant portions are as follows: S A. Defendant Curtis Goyer Bates stamped pages: 8-18, 22-23, 25-133, 152, 172-77, 246-47, 274-78, 280-84, 286-89, 295-96, & 324. B. Defendant Dr. Silver Masaba Bates stamped pages: 359-77, 381-82, 395-98, 407, 409-14, 418-20, 441-44, 449-55, & 460-64. C. Defendant Katherine Coogan Bates stamped pages: 489, 491, 492, 513-25, 529-555, 568-70, 571, 575, 576-78, 579-90, 596-601, 604-06, 613-26, 635, 638-46, 661-76, & 678. When retrieving the personnel files, Counsel for the CMC Defendants shall make a copy of the pages from the personnel files which have been identified above and provide it to all counsel. Because of the personal nature of the documents, they shall be provided pursuant to a duly executed D protective order. The Court further directs that the Counsel for the CMC Defendants immediately retrieve from the Court’s courtroom deputy, Maria Blunt, the personnel files. IT IS SO ORDERED. Date: March 17, 2017 Albany, New York J S -2-

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