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IN RE WORLDCOM

United States District Court, S.D. New York


May 7, 2004.

IN RE WORLDCOM, INC. SECURITIES LITIGATION; IN RE WORLDCOM, INC. ERISA LITIGATION This Document Relates to: ALL ACTIONS This Document Relates to: All Actions

The opinion of the court was delivered by: DENISE COTE, District Judge

ORDER

In an Opinion and Order of April 15, 2004 ("April 15 Opinion"), the Court granted the Government's request to embargo depositions and interrogatories of seven witnesses the Government expects to be critical witnesses at the trial of former WorldCom Chief Executive Officer Bernard J. Ebbers. The April 15 Opinion reserved judgment on the Government's request to embargo an additional six witnesses. Pursuant to the Court's direction at the conference on April 29, parties to this litigation provided the Government with the names of additional witnesses they intended to depose and who they believed the Government would seek to embargo. In a May 3 letter, the Government requested that the Court embargo six witnesses: Michael Higgins, Lisa Taranto, Robert Pierson, Jon McGuire, Ashwin Damodaran, and Kimber McDowell. For the reasons stated on the record at the conference on May 7, 2004, and in the Opinion and Order of April 15, 2004, it is hereby ORDERED that the Government's request to embargo the six additional witnesses listed in its May 3 letter is granted.

SO ORDERED.

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