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Cain v. Salish Kootenai College Inc.

United States District Court, D. Montana, Missoula Division

January 3, 2018

FAWN CAIN, TANYA ARCHER, and SANDI OVITT, Relators and Plaintiffs,
v.
SALISH KOOTENAI COLLEGE, INC., et al., Defendants.

          PROTECTIVE ORDER

          Brian Morris, United States District Court Judge.

         This matter is before the Court on the Joint Motion and Stipulation for Protective Order (“Stipulation”), executed by counsel for the Plaintiffs and counsel for the Defendants.

         Based on the Court's review of the Stipulation, and for good cause shown as required by Rule 26(c)(1) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, including the parties agreement that documents produced in this action, or to be produced, will in some instances contain private, confidential, educational, proprietary or personal identifying information (all hereinafter referred to collectively as “Documents”), the Court finds that a Protective Order should be entered in this matter governing the production of documents, records, data and materials produced, or to be produced, by the parties and nonparties to one another in this cause.

         THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED:

         1. All Documents produced in this case which the disclosing/producing party considers confidential shall be stamped and identified as “CONFIDENTIAL”. In the case of depositions, designation of the transcript or the portions of the transcript (including exhibits) which contain Confidential information shall be made by a statement to such effect on the record during the course of the deposition, or by a statement in writing sent to all Counsel of record within thirty (30) business days after the receipt of the transcript of the deposition. All deposition transcripts shall be treated as containing Confidential information for a period of thirty (30) business days after receipt of the transcript. If the designation is made during the course of the deposition, the reporter attending such deposition shall place the legend “CONTAINS CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL SUBJECT TO A COURT ORDER” on the cover of the transcript. The parties may modify this procedure for any particular deposition through agreement on the record at such deposition, without further Court order.

         2. Subject to the provisions herein, no person shall be allowed to examine any Documents produced by a party or nonparty and stamped Confidential until the person has agreed to comply with the provisions of this Protective Order.

         3. The contents of any Documents produced by a party or nonparty and stamped Confidential shall not be reproduced, disseminated or otherwise communicated by the receiving party or their attorneys or any person acting by or on their behalf to anyone except as provided in this Protective Order.

         4. The Documents produced by a party or nonparty and stamped Confidential shall be available only to the following individuals:

a. The parties;
b. Counsel of record and their office personnel;
c. Experts and consultants retained by the parties for the preparation of trial of this case; and
d. The Court, the Court's staff, witnesses, and the jury in this case.

         5. For purposes of this Order, the Documents produced by a party or nonparty and stamped Confidential shall not be available to the following individuals for the following purposes, unless and until the Court considers and grants and exception to this Order. It is expressly understood that by stipulating to this Protective Order, the parties have not waived and, in fact, expressly reserve, their right to seek further Order of the Court, along with preserving any objections to the same, for disclosure to the following individuals or entities:

a. Counsel for the requesting party to use in any other litigation, unless the parties to this agreement are parties ...

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