In this case we are called upon once again to determine whether an interlocutory order meets the standards of appealability. The order was entered in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut (Burns, J.) and was made in response to a motion to compel the testimony of a non-party witness at a pre-trial deposition held in Connecticut. The witness claimed his fifth amendment privilege in refusing to answer certain questions put to him relating to an action pending in the Southern District of New York. The motion to compel was denied, and the appeal before us challenges that ruling. We hold that the order is not appealable and dismiss the appeal.
Miner, Roger J., "Barrick Group, Inc. v. Mosse, 849 F. 2d 70 - Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit 1988" (1988). Circuit Court Opinions. 218.