MAXISIQ, LLC v. Hurysh

Filing 132

MEMORANDUM ORDER to Counsel of Record regarding Motions to Seal, ECF Nos. 16 , 121 , and 130 ; directing the Clerk to amend the docket. Signed by Judge Peter J. Messitte on 6/4/2024. (bw5s, Deputy Clerk)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF MARYLAND PETER J. MESSITTE 6500 CHERRYAVOOD LANE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE GREENBELT,MARYLAND 20770 301-344-0632 MEMORANDUM TO: Counsel of Record FROM: Judge Peter J. Messitte RE: lOMAXIS.LLC V. Hurvsh. Jr.. N0.22-CV-314 DATE: June 2024 * ** Defendant, Counterclaim Plaintiff, and Third-Party Plaintiff Nicholas Hurysh, Jr., has filed three Motions to Seal filings in connection,with his Motion for Summary Judgment and his opposition to lOMAXIS' Motion for Summary Judgment(ECF Nos. 116, 121, 130). One Motion(ECF No. 121) additionally requests that the Court strike certain documents filed in support of his Motion for Summary Judgment because he inadvertently included in those filings information that lOMAXIS has deemed confidential. Accordingly, the Court ORDERS: 1. Unless the Court receives an opposition to the Motions to Seal from a party or non-party in this case, or unless otherwise noted by the Court, the Motions shall be GRANTED 14 days from the date the Motions were filed; 2. Duringthis 14-day period, pursuant to Local Rule 105.11,thedocumentsforwhichsealing is requested shall remain under seal; and 3. The Clerk of Court SHALL: a. Strike ECF No. 115-1 from the public record, hold it under seal, and replace that document with ECF No. 121-2; and b. Strike ECF No. 115-16 and replace that document with ECF No. 121-3. Despite the informal nature ofthis ruling, it shall constitute an Order of the Court and the Clerk is directed to docket it accordingly. Seter J. Messitte tates District Judge CC: Court file Counsel ofRecord

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