ABORTION INDUSTRY IN MELBOURNE, FLORIDA
RANEY V AWARE WOMAN
DOCKET / CHRONOLOGICAL FILE
Defendants' letter 3/13/98
FRESE, NASH & TORPY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
930 S. HARBOR CITY BLVD., SUITE 505
MELBOURNE, FLORIDA 32901
March 13, 1998
Christopher F. Sapp, Esq.
P.O. Box 1012
Lehigh Acres, FL 33970
Re: Raney v. Aware Woman Our File No. 97-7450
Dear Mr. Sapp:
I do not believe the local rules require us to waste our time to meet and discuss issues upon which neither party is willing to compromise. You state in your letter dated March 5, 1998, "I am unwilling to stipulate that the items of information which you deem confidential are in fact immune to discovery." If this is the case, then I fear we have nothing to discuss.
If there is some nature of protective order that you could approve in this case, please call me at this office and we can see if we can reach an agreement regarding the terms of such a protective order. If I do not hear from you within ten (10) days of the date of this letter, I will consider that my attempt to comply with local rule 3.01(g) has not been successful and go forward with our Motion for Protective Order. I will be out of the office for the entire week of March 16, 1998, so keep that in mind when timing your response.
Very truly yours,
FRESE, NASH & TORPY, P.A.
LISA L. HOGREVE <signed>
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