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In re Florida Ballot Statute Litigation

United States District Court, D. Nebraska

March 15, 2019

In re FLORIDA BALLOT ORDER STATUTE LITIGATION

         Pending in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida - Tallahassee Division

          PROTECTIVE ORDER

          Susan M. Bazis United States Magistrate Judge.

         This matter is before the Court on the parties' Joint Motion for Protective Order. (Filing No. 31.) The Motion is granted. Accordingly, the Court enters the following Protective Order governing the disclosure of confidential Discovery Material by a Producing Party to a Receiving Party in this Action.

         1) Definitions.

         As used in this Order:

a. Action refers to the above-captioned litigation.
b. Discovery Material includes all information exchanged between the parties, whether gathered through informal requests or communications between the parties or their counsel, or gathered through formal discovery conducted pursuant to Rules 30 through 36, and Rule 45. Discovery Material includes information within documents, depositions, deposition exhibits, and other written, recorded, computerized, electronic or graphic matter, copies, and excerpts or summaries of documents disclosed as required under Rule 26(a).
c. A Producing Party is a party to this litigation, or a non-party either acting on a party's behalf or responding to discovery pursuant to a Rule 45 subpoena, that produces or discloses Discovery Material in this Action.
d. A Receiving Party is a party to this litigation that receives or is otherwise made aware of Discovery Material from a Producing Party in this Action.

         2) Confidential Discovery Material.

         This Protective Order applies to all confidential Discovery Material produced or obtained in this case. For the purposes of this Protective Order, confidential Discovery Material shall include:

a. Commercial information relating to any party's business including, but not limited to, tax data, financial information, financial or business plans or projections, proposed strategic transactions or other business combinations, internal audit practices, procedures, and outcomes, trade secrets or other commercially sensitive business or technical information, proprietary business and marketing plans and strategies, studies or analyses by internal or outside experts, competitive analyses, customer or prospective customer lists and information, profit/loss information, product or service pricing or billing agreements or guidelines, and/or confidential project-related information;
b. Personnel data of the parties or their employees, including but not limited to employment application information; the identity of and information received from employment references; wage and income information; benefits information; employee evaluations; medical evaluation and treatment information and records; counseling or mental health records; educational records; and employment counseling, discipline, or performance improvement documentation;
c. Information concerning settlement discussions and mediation, including demands or offers, arising from a dispute between a party and a non-party;
d. Medical or mental health information;
e. Records restricted or prohibited from disclosure by statute; and
f. Any information copied or extracted from the previously described materials, including all excerpts, summaries, or compilations of this information or testimony, and documentation of questioning, statements, conversations, or presentations that might reveal the information contained within the underlying confidential Discovery Material.

         3) Manner of Confidential Designation.

         A Producing Party shall affix a “CONFIDENTIAL” designation to any confidential Discovery Material produced in this Action.

a. As to documentary information (defined to include paper or electronic documents, but not transcripts of depositions or other pretrial or trial proceedings), the Producing Party must affix the legend “CONFIDENTIAL” to each page that contains protected material.
b. If only a portion or portions of the information on a document page qualifies for protection, the Producing Party must clearly identify the protected portion(s) (e.g., by using highlighting, underlining, or appropriate markings in the margins).
c. If it is not feasible to label confidential Discovery Material as “CONFIDENTIAL, ” the Producing Party shall indicate via cover letter or otherwise at the time of production that the material being produced is CONFIDENTIAL.
d. A person may also make a verbal statement on the record of any deposition designating all or a portion of such deposition CONFIDENTIAL. In such circumstances, the Court Reporter shall include a legend on each page of the deposition transcript indicating that the transcript is CONFIDENTIAL.

         4) Timing of ...


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