UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA SAN JOSE DIVISION
November 5, 2010
IN RE INTEL LAPTOP BATTERY LITIGATION
STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER RE ADMINISTRATIVE MOTION FOR SEALING ORDER PURSUANT TO LOCAL RULE 79-5(d)
Complaint Filed: June 26, 2009
Trial Date: None
Discovery Cutoff: None
Whereas Plaintiffs filed a Motion for Class certification on Oct. 22, 2010, which contain certain documents designated as confidential under the Stipulated Protective Order [D.E. 54] by the producing parties (the "Designated Documents") ;
Whereas the Plaintiffs served an Administrative Motion for a Sealing Order pursuant to Local Rule 79-5(d) which provides an opportunity for the producing parties to establish that the designated information is sealable;
The parties identified below hereby stipulate that the producing parties shall prepare and lodge any such statements relating to the Designated Documents no later than Friday November 5, 2010. The parties further stipulate that Plaintiffs shall have until Friday, November 12, 2010, to respond to the producing parties' statements.
IT IS SO STIPULATED.
DATED: October 29, 2010
GIRARD GIBBS LLP Geoffrey A. Munroe Interim Class Counsel for Plaintiffs
PERKINS COIE BROWN & BAIN P.A. Philip A. Leider Attorneys for Defendant INTEL CORPORATION
NARANCIC & KATZMAN, PC Perry J. Narancic Attorneys for Defendant BUSINESS APPLICATIONS PERFORMANCE CORPORATION
WINSTON & STRAWN, LLP Krista Enns Attorneys for DELL INC.
KILPATRICK STOCKTON LLP Raymond M. Bennett Attorneys for LENOVO GROUP LIMITED
Good cause appearing therefore, IT IS SO ORDERED.
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