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Booher v. Iseman Homes, Inc.

United States District Court, D. North Dakota

April 7, 2017

MICHAEL BOOHER AND ERICA BOOHER, Plaintiffs,
v.
ISEMAN HOMES, INC., CMH MANUFACTURING WEST, INC., LIPPERT COMPONENTS, INC., TERRENCE OBERLE, ASH, INC., JOHN DOE #1, Defendants, and CMH MANUFACTURING WEST, INC. Cross-Plaintiff,
v.
LIPPERT COMPONENTS, INC., Cross-Defendant. and ASH, INC.. Third-Party Plaintiff,
v.
PARDEE EXCAVATING, LLC., Third-Party Defendant.

          PROTECTIVE ORDER

          Charles S. Miller, Jr., Magistrate Judge

         Pursuant to Rule 26(c)(1)(G) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED:

         1. Definitions: The following definitions shall apply to this Order:

         (a) “Document” shall mean any original or copy of any document, record or other tangible material or thing, as further described in Fed.R.Civ.P. 34, produced by way of disclosure or in any response to any discovery request served by either party in this action, or any deposition transcript or portion of a deposition transcript or any document marked for identification at any deposition, or any exhibit or affidavit submitted in connection with this proceeding, or used at trial in this matter.

         (b) “Confidential Information” shall mean any information regarded by the Disclosing Party (defined below) as confidential information, and which is subject to the restrictions applying to “Confidential Information” as set forth below.

         (c) “Disclosing Party” shall refer to the party that claims the information or Document to be Confidential Information, and that discloses or has disclosed the Confidential Information to the Receiving Party (defined below).

         (d) “Receiving Party” shall refer to the party that receives or has received the Confidential Information from the Disclosing Party.

         2. Designation as “Confidential Information”.

         (a) A party to this action may designate, in good faith, any information or Documents as Confidential Information in the course of this proceeding. Such Confidential Information may be provided as part of the required disclosure process, in the response to any discovery request, during deposition, as part of any filing with the Court, or as part of any trial or hearing in this matter. Such Confidential Information shall be used solely for preparation and trial of this litigation, and for no other purpose whatsoever, and shall not be disclosed to any other person except in accordance with the terms set forth herein. The Disclosing Party shall only so designate any information or Documents as Confidential Information if such information or Document is or contains confidential, proprietary or trade secret information, which may include, but is not limited to, technical or scientific information, pending patent applications, source code, financial information, business information, marketing information, strategic information, product development information, customer lists or information, supplier lists or information, design specifications, scientific processes or formulas, etc. Information and Documents designated as Confidential Information shall be restricted in circulation to only the persons described in Paragraph 3 below.

         (b) The Disclosing Party shall designate Confidential Information by conspicuously marking any Documents containing such information with the words “CONFIDENTIAL”, or a substantially similar designation. Any tangible items that contain Confidential Information shall be marked as identified above with a tag, label or a cover sheet, if it is not practical to mark the items directly. Any Confidential Information that is disclosed orally shall be orally confirmed to opposing counsel as being Confidential Information at the time of disclosure and by promptly thereafter confirming in writing the disclosure as being Confidential Information and specifying the nature of the disclosure that is considered Confidential Information.

         3. Access to and Use of Confidential Information.

         Access to Confidential Information and any information reflecting or embodying such Confidential Information that is not otherwise publicly available shall be restricted to:

(a) outside counsel for the parties and employees or representatives (e.g., copy services) of their respective firms who are actually assisting in the preparation of this action;
(b) Receiving Party representative(s) who has a need to know of such information for ...

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