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AG v. Seagate Technology

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA


January 21, 2010

SIEMENS AG, PLAINTIFF,
v.
SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY, DEFENDANT.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Hon. James V. Selna United States District Court Judge

ORDER AMENDING PROTECTIVE ORDER

Having reviewed the parties' Stipulated Request for Amendment to Protective Order and for good cause shown, the Court hereby grants the parties' Stipulated Request and orders that the Stipulated Protective Order entered by the Court in this action on March 1, 2007 (the "Protective Order") is amended, to add the following provision:

"It will not be a violation of the Protective Order for individuals who are involved in the pending patent enforcement action in Northern Ireland between Siemens, a party to this Action, and Seagate Technology (Ireland), a subsidiary of Seagate but a non-party to this Action ("the Northern Ireland Case") and who fall under provisions of Annex A, B, and C of the Confidentiality Undertaking agreed to by Siemens and Seagate Technology (Ireland) in the Northern Ireland case to receive access to the documents produced in this Action by Siemens and Seagate, and to use those documents for the purpose of the Northern Ireland Case; provided, however, that this amendment does not apply to non-public documents produced by third parties in this Action, but only those documents produced and designated by Siemens and Seagate in this Action. The provisions of the Protective Order will remain unchanged in all other respects."

IT IS SO ORDERED.

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