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Continental Casualty Co v. Goldline International

March 27, 2013


The opinion of the court was delivered by: Andrew J. Wistrich Honorable United States Magistrate Judge


Discovery Cutoff: October 15, 2013 Motion Cutoff: January 31, 2014 Trial Date: April 1, 2014

After having reviewed the Stipulation of the Parties Regarding Confidentiality of Documents and Things, and good cause appearing, this Court orders as follows:

1. This Stipulation and Order governs the use of all produced documents, responses to interrogatories and requests for admissions, deposition transcripts, and any other information, documents, objects or things, as well as any and all copies, abstracts, digests, notes, and summaries thereof, that have been or will be produced by any party or third-party (the "Producing Party") in this Litigation pursuant to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. These materials are collectively referred to hereinafter as "Discovery Material."

2. Any Discovery Material produced by any party or third-party as part of discovery in this Litigation may be designated by the Producing Party as "CONFIDENTIAL" as follows:

(a) The Producing Party may designate as "CONFIDENTIAL" any Discovery Material that it produces in this Litigation which it believes constitutes, contains, reflects or discloses confidential, non-public research and analysis, development or commercial information, or other information for which a good faith claim of need of protection from disclosure can be made under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and/or other applicable law ("Confidential Material").

3. No Discovery Material shall be marked "CONFIDENTIAL" if it:

(a) Was known to the receiving party without obligation of confidentiality prior to disclosure by the Producing Party, as evidenced by the receiving party's written records;

(b) Is subsequently disclosed to the receiving party by a third-party having no obligation of confidentiality to the Producing Party with respect to such information;

(c) Is independently developed by employee(s) of the receiving party who had no access to such information before such development; or

(d) Is published or becomes generally known to the public through means not constituting a breach of this Order or an obligation of confidentiality to the producing party.

Furthermore, information already in the possession of the Receiving Party shall not become Confidential Information merely because the Producing Party produces copies stamped Confidential Information.

4. Any Discovery Material that is produced during this Litigation voluntarily, in response to a discovery request, or pursuant to a Court Order, in oral, written, or other form, including as part of any document, including but not limited to transcripts, exhibits, answers to interrogatories, as well as any physical object, recording, electronic file, or other thing, that is asserted by the Producing Party to contain or constitute Confidential Material shall be so designated by the Producing Party.

(a) Documents and Physical Items: If Confidential is contained in a document or other physical item, such documents and physical items shall be clearly and prominently marked on their face with the appropriate legend: "CONFIDENTIAL". When an item (such as a disk) containing more than one electronic file is produced and the item bears a confidentiality stamp, all electronic files on that disk shall be deemed so designated unless an individual file on the item contains a higher designation.

(b) Transcripts: Deposition or other pretrial testimony may be designated as "Confidential" by (i) a statement on the record, by counsel, at the time of such disclosure, or (ii) written notice sent to all counsel of record for the parties within fifteen (15) business days after receipt of the transcript of the deposition or other pretrial testimony unless the parties agree to an extension of this time period for designation. All transcripts shall be considered to contain wholly Confidential Material and shall be fully subject to the relevant portions of this Order for that period of fifteen (15) business days after the deposition transcript becomes available. Notwithstanding any provision of this subsection, Discovery Material used or referenced during a deposition or other pretrial testimony shall maintain any confidentiality designation accorded such material hereunder regardless of the designation of any part of the transcript.

(c) Information in Other Forms: All Confidential Material not reduced to documentary, tangible, or physical forms or that cannot be conveniently designated shall be designated by the Producing Party by notifying all parties of the appropriate designation in writing.

5. In the absence of written permission from the Producing Party or court Order, Discovery Material designated as "CONFIDENTIAL" shall not be disclosed to any person other than the following individuals, who are ...

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