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17-497 - Juarez v. Walker Manufacturing Company

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17-497 - Juarez v. Walker Manufacturing Company
April 17, 2018
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ORDER - that Rodney Benson's Motion to Quash, or in the Alternative, for a Protective Order (Filing No. 1) is granted, in part. Plaintiff shall be permitted to depose Benson in Nebraska, near his place of employment. The deposition shall be conducted at a mutually-convenient time and location. Questioning during the deposition shall be limited to Benson's participation/statements at the OPEI meeting and Benson's rationale for suggesting the amendment to the ANSI standard and/or the purpose of the amendment. Plaintiff may not question Benson regarding Exmark's confidential business information, including, but not limited to, Exmark's machines' designs, safety features, and internal processes or testing procedures. Plaintiff also may not inquire regarding Exmark's parent company, The Toro Company. Ordered by Magistrate Judge Susan M. Bazis. (LKO)