United States District Court, D. New Jersey
July 6, 2005.
WILLIAM SEYMOUR JONES, Plaintiff,
ZARA, ET AL., Defendants.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: FAITH HOCHBERG, District Judge
[EDITOR'S NOTE: This case is unpublished as indicated by the issuing court.] OPINION AND ORDER
Plaintiff William Seymour Jones appeals the June 2, 2005 Order
of Magistrate Judge Shwartz granting Defendant Contract Pharmacy
Service's request to file Exhibits embodying Plaintiff's
confidential medical records under seal and providing procedures
should Plaintiff elect to execute a waiver of any privacy
interest in his medical records.
This Court having reviewed Magistrate Judge Shwartz's Order and
the submission of Plaintiff, and
it appearing that Magistrate Judge Shwartz considered the
concerns of HIPAA and Plaintiff's privacy interest in his medical
records before granting Contract Pharmacy Service's request to
it appearing that this Court has not been made aware of any
waiver by Plaintiff of his privacy interest in the medical
records, and it appearing that the Order is neither clearly erroneous nor
contrary to law,*fn1
IT IS on this 6th day of July, 2005,
ORDERED that the June 2, 2005 decision by Magistrate Judge
Shwartz granting Contract Pharmacy Service's request to seal
exhibits is AFFIRMED.