On April 10, 2019, the Louisiana Court of Appeal for the Fourth Circuit ruled in plaintiffs’ favor and affirmed the trial court’s decision granting a motion to quash a trial subpoena and subpoena duces tecum directed toward a third party. The fourth Circuit further ruled that the interlocutory review of the judgment was untimely because the determination of discovery questions as to a non-party constitutes a final appealable judgment. Richard C. Stanley and Eva J. Dossier represented the plaintiffs on appeal.