The opinion of the court was delivered by: Hon. Oliver W. Wanger, Judge United States District Court
ORDER RE WALTER & WILHELM LAW GROUP, A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION'S EX PARTE APPLICATION FOR ORDER PERMITTING FILING OF SEALED DOCUMENT IN CONNECTION WITH MOTION TO WITHDRAW AND TERMINATE REPRESENTATION AND INTERVENING ACTIONS AND CROSS-COMPLAINTS AND COUNTER CLAIMS
Complaint Filed: 05/22/2009
On Tuesday, September 7, 2010, Walter & Wilhelm Law Group, a Professional Corporation (the "Firm" or "Walter & Wilhelm"), counsel of record for Defendant Z&S Fresh, Inc. filed an Ex Parte Application For Order Permitting the Filing of a Sealed Document. The Court, having considered said Application and the supporting Memorandum of Points and Authorities and Declaration submitted therewith, and good cause for issuance of the requested relief appearing,
IT IS ORDERED THAT: Walter & Wilhelm's Application for an Order Permitting the Filing of a Sealed Document is hereby GRANTED, as set forth below:
1. Walter & Wilhelm is hereby ordered to file the Declaration of Norman D. Morrison, IV, Esq., in Support of the Motion to Withdraw and Terminate Representation with the Clerk of this Court. Pursuant to Local Rule 141(e), Walter & Wilhelm shall file a paper copy of the Declaration with the Clerk; and the Clerk shall scan a copy of this document and maintain it on a part of the Court's servers limiting access only to authorized individuals. Pursuant to Local Rule 141(e), following scanning by the Court's Clerk, the original document shall be returned to Walter & Wilhelm for retention.
2. The Declaration shall be sealed indefinitely. Access to such document shall be limited to this Court; any higher Court having jurisdiction; Walter & Wilhelm; and Defendant Z&S Fresh, Inc. Any future access by Z&S Fresh, Inc. shall be made by a corporate officer, director, or other individual duly authorized by the corporate body of Z&S Fresh, Inc., and the Court specifically orders that the Trustee appointed pursuant to this Court's Order of June, 2009, as well as any individuals employed/retained by or on behalf of the Trustee, shall have no right of access to the document filed under seal.
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