Richtek Technology Corporation et al v. uPI Semiconductor Corporation et al
Discovery Order. The court previously devised a process for the use of third parties' CBI produced in the ITC case and set deadlines to file any objections to the parties' review of it as part of their trial preparation. That process req uired notice to the third parties and the ITC and an opportunity to object by October 11 at 3 p.m. No one objected. The court thus vacates the October 13 hearing and orders the following process. For any producing party that has not consented in writ ing to the use of its CBI, the parties may review the CBI as part of their trial preparation. If the parties want to use the CBI at trial, they must notify the producing party, which may raise any objections with the parties and then with the court. The attached order provides more detail. (Beeler, Laurel) (Filed on 10/11/2016)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
San Francisco Division
United States District Court
Northern District of California
Case No. 09-cv-05659-WHA (LB)
UPI SEMICONDUCTOR CORPORATION,
The court previously authorized use of discovery produced in the ITC.1 The ITC protective
orders limited use of the third parties’ confidential business information (“CBI”) to the ITC case
and allowed its use in a parallel district-court proceeding only with written consent of the
producing parties.2 To protect interests of third parties who produced CBI in the ITC, the court
ordered the parties to devise a notice to third parties to allow them to object to its disclosure here
and to propose additional protections for their CBI.3 The parties gave that notice to third parties.4
Order — ECF No. 473 at 2-3; Order — ECF No. 537. Record citations refer to material in the
Electronic Case File (“ECF; pinpoint citations are to the ECF-generated page numbers at the top
Letter Brief — ECF No. 526 at 2.
Order — ECF No. 473 at 3.
Letter Brief — EFC No. 526 at 5.
ORDER (No. 09-cv-05659-WHA (LB))
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