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Concord Hospitality, Inc. v. First Franchise Capital Corporation

United States District Court, Eighth Circuit

October 16, 2013

CONCORD HOSPITALITY, INC. et al., Plaintiffs,
v.
FIRST FRANCHISE CAPITAL CORPORATION, Defendant.

PROTECTIVE ORDER

CHERYL R. ZWART, Magistrate Judge.

The parties' stipulation, (Filing No. 32), is hereby accepted. Pursuant to that stipulation, and Federal Rule of Evidence 502, the court orders as follows:

The following protective order is for purposes of expediting the flow of discovery, facilitating the resolution of disputes over claims of confidentiality, providing adequate protection for material deemed confidential, and assuring protection is afforded only to such designated material.

1. In connection with any and all discovery in this action, any party may designate any document or other information produced (collectively referred to herein as "Material") to be "Confidential Information" under the terms of this order.

2. A party may designate Material as Confidential Information if that party in good faith believes that such Material constitutes confidential medical or employment information; proprietary information; trade secrets; internal audit practices and procedures and/or confidential business or project-related information.

3. Designation of Material may be made by stamping or otherwise marking the Material prior to filing or production as follows: "CONFIDENTIAL." Such marking shall occur on every page of the Material that is designated as Confidential Information.

4. Testimony given at deposition, conference, hearing, arbitration, trial or other proceeding may be designated as Confidential Information by making a statement to that effect on the record at such proceeding. Arrangements shall be made with the court reporter, if any, transcribing such testimony to bind separately any portions of the transcript containing Confidential Information, including Confidential Information introduced as exhibits at the proceeding, and to label such portions "CONFIDENTIAL." A party may designate testimony and/or exhibits to a deposition as Confidential Information by notifying the other party of such designation within twenty (20) days of the party's receipt of the deposition transcription. Such information is not protected by this order until it has been designated as Confidential Information.

5. Material disclosed in response to. Interrogatories or other written discovery may be designated as Confidential Information by indicating the same in bold and capitalized letters in the response.

6. Confidential Information may be disclosed or made available only to the following individuals and to the extent reasonably necessary for the purpose of assisting in the prosecution or defense of this litigation:

a. The court, including its staff;
b. Counsel to the parties in this litigation, including partners and associate attorneys, paralegals, clerical and other support staff who are employed by such counsel and are assisting counsel in this litigation.
c. Parties, in this litigation, including any employees of any corporate party.
d. Court reporters who record deposition or other testimony in this litigation;
e. Expert witnesses and/or consultants retained by parties or their counsel ...

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