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Lambert Corp. v. LBJC, Inc.

United States District Court, Ninth Circuit

September 20, 2013

LAMBERT CORP., a California corporation, Plaintiff,
v.
LBJC, Inc., a California corporation doing business as

Brent H. Blakely, (SBN 157292), Cindy Chan, (SBN 247495), BLAKELY LAW GROUP, Hollywood, California, Attorneys for Defendants LBJC, Inc., et al.

[PROPOSED] PROTECTIVE ORDER [DISCOVERY MATTER]

JAY C. GANDHI, Magistrate Judge.

DEFINITIONS

1. As used in this Protective Order,

a. "Designating Party" means any Person who designates Material as Confidential Material.

b. "Discovering Counsel" means counsel of record for a Discovering Party.

c. "Discovering Party" means the Party to whom Material is being Provided by a Producing Party.

d. "Confidential Material" refers to those materials designated as "CONFIDENTIAL" or "ATTORNEYS' EYES ONLY" as defined in Paragraph 2 below.

e. "Material" means any document, testimony or information in any form or medium whatsoever, including, without limitation, any written or printed matter, Provided in this action by a Party before or after the date of this Protective Order.

f. "Party" means the Parties to this action, their attorneys of record and their agents.

g. "Person" means any individual, corporation, partnership, unincorporated association, governmental agency, or other business or governmental entity whether a Party or not.

h. "Producing Party" means any Person who Provides Material during the course of this action.

i. "Provide" means to produce any Material, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, whether pursuant to request or process.

CONFIDENTIAL DESIGNATION

2. A Producing Party may designate as "CONFIDENTIAL" any material provided to a Party which contains or discloses any of the following:

a. Non-public insider information, personnel files, financial information, trade secrets, confidential commercial information, proprietary information, or other confidential or sensitive information which the Producing Party determines in good faith should be kept confidential; and

b. Information that the Party is under a duty to preserve as confidential under an agreement with or other obligation to another Person.

c. The Producing Party may designate as "ATTORNEYS' EYES ONLY, " documents Parties contend contain or disclose materials which they in good faith believe to be of an extremely high degree of current commercial sensitivity and/or would provide a competitive advantage to its competitors if disclosed.

3. A Producing Party shall stamp as CONFIDENTIAL or ATTORNEYS' EYES ONLY Materials which the Producing Party in good faith believes are entitled to protection pursuant to the standards set forth in Paragraph 2 of this Order. A Producing Party may designate Confidential Material for Protection under this order by either of the following methods:

a. By physically marking it with the following inscription prior to Providing it to a Party:

CONFIDENTIAL SUBJECT TO PROTECTIVE ORDER or ATTORNEYS' EYES ONLY SUBJECT TO PROTECTIVE ORDER

b. By identifying with specificity in writing to the Discovering Party any previously Provided Material which was not designated as Confidential Material prior to its having been Provided. For purposes of this method of designation, it will be a sufficiently specific identification to refer to the bates numbers or deposition page numbers of previously Provided Material. Where a Producing Party designates previously Provided Material as Confidential Material pursuant to this subparagraph, the Producing Party will follow the procedures set forth in the previous subparagraph for designating Confidential Material, and Provide to the Discovering Party additional copies of the previously Provided Material marked with the inscription described in the previous subparagraph. Upon receipt of the additional copies which comply with the procedures set forth in the previous subparagraph, the Discovering Party will immediately return to the Producing Party the previously Provided Material, or alternatively, will destroy all the previously Provided Material, at the option of the Producing Party. For previously Provided Material which was not designated as Confidential Material at the time of its being Provided, this Protective Order shall apply to such materials beginning on the date that the Producing Party makes such designation.

All costs associated with the designations of materials as "Confidential" or "Attorneys' Eyes Only" involving, for example, the cost of binding confidential portions of deposition transcripts, shall be initially borne by the Party making the designation with no prejudice regarding the Designating Party's ability to recover its costs upon completion of the litigation.

The designation of documents as "Confidential" or "Attorneys' Eyes Only" does not entitle the parties to have those documents filed under seal. An application, including a stipulated application to filed ...


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