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GJ&L, Inc. v. CNH Industrial America, LLC

United States District Court, S.D. Georgia, Augusta Division

April 23, 2018

GJ&L, INC., Plaintiff,
v.
CNH INDUSTRIAL AMERICA, LLC Defendants.

          HULL BARRETT, PC Christopher A. Cosper Attorneys for Plaintiff

          WEINBERG, WHEELER, HUDGINS, GUNN & DIAL, LLC Brannon J. Arnold Attorneys CNH Industrial America LLC

          AGREED PROTECTIVE ORDER

          BRIAN K. EPPS UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE.

         Plaintiff, GJ&L, Inc., and Defendant, CNH Industrial America LLC, having agreed and stipulated to entry of an Order for the protection of information, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED AND AGREED THAT

         1. Any party, or any third person subject to subpoena in this action, in the production or disclosure of its documents, things or deposition transcripts, which upon the good faith review by its counsel are found to be referring to, depicting, or evidencing confidential business information, trade secrets, medical documents, personal financial information, social security numbers, or any other personal identifiers, which that party wishes to be subject to this Protective Order (hereinafter “protected subject matter”), may designate the same as “CONFIDENTIAL” (may be referred to as “CONFIDENTIAL” Information). For the purposes of this Order, the party seeking such confidential status of its documents shall be referred to as “the designating party.” 2. “CONFIDENTIAL” information shall not include any document, information or other materials which:

a. are, at the time of disclosure, in the public domain by publication or otherwise;
b. the disclosing party, at the time of the disclosure, intends to make part of the public domain;
c. have been or become part of the public domain by publication or otherwise and not due to any unauthorized act or omission on the part of the receiving party;
d. are not under law entitled to be treated as confidential;
e. are already in the possession of the receiving party and were obtained by legal means and not subject to an obligation of confidence to the party claiming its confidential nature; or
f. are made available to a party by a third party who obtained the same by legal means and not subject to an obligation of confidence to the party claiming its confidential nature.

         3. With respect to protected subject matter produced subject to this Order, all tangible items of protected subject matter so designated will be visibly marked by the designating party as “CONFIDENTIAL” and shall be subject to this Order.

         4. However, in the event that the designating party elects to produce or has already produced files and records for inspecting, and the inspecting party desires to inspect or has already inspected files, no marking need be made by the designating party in advance of the initial inspection. For purposes of the initial inspection, all documents within the produced files shall be considered as marked “CONFIDENTIAL.” Thereafter, upon selection of specified documents for copying by the inspecting party, the designating party shall mark the copies of such documents as may contain subject matter with the appropriate confidentiality marking at the time the copies are produced to the inspecting party.

         5. With respect to the deposition of any person, the designating party shall have until thirty (30) days after receipt of the deposition transcript to designate all or any portion of said deposition “CONFIDENTIAL”, and the right to make such designations shall be waived unless made within the thirty (30) day period. Furthermore, at the time of any such deposition, the designating party may verbally inform the receiving party that certain information, documents or things are to be designated as “CONFIDENTIAL”.In accordance with such verbal designation, any and all persons, excepting the Court Reporter (or like ...


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