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Carroll v. Oakley Trucking, Inc.,

United States District Court, E.D. North Carolina, Western Division

November 13, 2017

WENDY G. CARROLL, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF THOMAS ANTHONY CARROLL, DECEASED, Plaintiff,
v.
OAKLEY TRUCKING, INC., AND THAD AUSTIN PITTMAN, Defendants.

          GUY W. CRABTREE, CRABTREE, CARPENTER & CONNOLLY, PLLC, THE JERNIGAN LAW FIRM, LEONARD T. JERNIGAN, JR., KRISTINA B. THOMPSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff Wendy G. Carroll, Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Anthony Carroll, Deceased

          NEXSEN PRUET, PLLC, JAMES W. BRYAN, Jonathan W. Massell, Attorneys for Defendants Oakley Trucking, Inc. and Thad Austin Pittman

          CONSENT PROTECTIVE ORDER

          Robert B. Jones, United States Magistrate Judge.

         Plaintiff and Defendants (the "Parties") agree that the above action may involve the production or disclosure of personal, confidential, sensitive or proprietary business information, or trade secrets (collectively referred to as "Confidential Information"), and hereby stipulate, subject to approval by the Court, to the following as a Protective Order which shall govern the production or disclosure of Confidential Information to ensure continued confidentiality during the case.

         This Protective Order governs the production or disclosure of all Confidential Information produced by the parties during the course of discovery, hearings, or trial in this action. Additionally, any portion of a deposition transcript, pleading, or other document into which Confidential Information is placed or quoted shall also be considered Confidential Information.

         DESIGNATION

         In connection with this action, any non-public document, material, or information may be designated as "CONFIDENTIAL". The producing party shall be obligated to designate only documents or information which it believes in good faith to be information within the scope of Rule 26(c) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

         The term "CONFIDENTIAL" applies to information,, testimony, documents, and data which is determined by the producing party, acting in good faith, to be non-public and to be proprietary, financial, business confidential information, or protected personal medical information. The term "document" means all written, recorded, graphic, computer maintained, electronic, or digital data or material, regardless of its means of transmittal.

         NOTICE AND MARKINGS

         Any documents, material or information may be designated "CONFIDENTIAL" by furnishing a separate written notice to the receiving party specifically identifying the items or their designation, or by stamping the legend "CONFIDENTIAL" on each page of the documents, material, or information prior to production.

         Any party may designate any portion or all of a deposition as Confidential Information by notifying the other parties on the record during the deposition or in writing within 15 days of the receipt of the transcript. Until expiration of the 15 day period, the entire deposition will be treated as subject to protection against disclosure under this Order. Deponents shall not retain or copy portions of the transcript of their depositions that contain Confidential Information not provided by them or the entities they represent or are associated with unless the deponent first executes a written "Acknowledgement" in the form attached. A deponent who is not a party or a representative of a party shall be furnished a copy of this Order before being examined about Confidential Information.

         INADVERTENT FAILURE TO DESIGNATE

         Failure to designate or stamp as "CONFIDENTIAL" at the time of production shall not be a waiver of the protection for Confidential Information, provided that counsel promptly notifies the receiving party upon realizing the failure. However, the receiving party shall not be in violation of this Protective Order for any disclosure of information made prior to receiving such notice.

         OBJECTION TO DESIGNATION

         If a party receiving designated Confidential Information objects to the designation, it shall treat the information as it is designated until the parties resolve ...


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