I/P Engine, Inc. v. AOL, Inc. et al

Filing 886

ORDER REGARDING OUTSTANDING MOTIONS TO SEAL CASE DOCUMENTS - WITHIN SEVEN (7) DAYS of the entry of this order, the Court ORDERS the parties to undertake an assessment of outstanding motions to seal case records and provide the namesand document numbers of motions to seal that are now moot, withdrawn, or that should otherwise be dismissed. The Court ORDERS the parties to submit a proposed order disposing of any outstanding motions to seal that are moot, withdrawn, or otherwise should be dismissed. It is FURTHER ORDERED that the parties affirmatively identify, by name and document number, which outstanding motions to seal should still be resolved by the Court. Signed by District Judge Raymond A. Jackson on 2/6/13 and filed on 2/7/13. (jcow, )

FILED IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FEB -7 2013 FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA Norfolk Division CLERK, US DISTRICT COURT I/P ENGINE, INC., NORFOLK, VA Plaintiff, V. CIVIL ACTION NO. 2:llcv512 AOL INC., etaL, Defendants. ORDER REGARDING OUTSTANDING MOTIONS TO SEAL CASE DOCUMENTS Before the Court are a series of motions to seal various portions of documents and transcripts in this case. As the Court warned during trial, the volume of information parties requested be sealed and made unavailable to the publicwas excessive. Having reviewed the docket, WITHIN SEVEN (7) DAYS of the entry of this order, the Court ORDERS the parties to undertake an assessment of outstanding motions to seal case records and provide the names and document numbers of motions to seal that are now moot, withdrawn, or that should otherwise be dismissed. The Court ORDERS the parties to submit a proposed order disposing of any outstandingmotions to seal that are moot, withdrawn, or otherwise should be dismissed. It is FURTHER ORDERED that the parties affirmatively identify, by name and document number, which outstanding motions to seal should still be resolved by the Court. The Court encourages the parties to coordinate their efforts for the sake ofjudicial economy. The Clerk is DIRECTED to send a copy of this Order to counsel and parties of record. IT IS SO ORDERED. Norfolk, Virginia February £ ,2013 Raymond A. Jackson United States District Judge