Viglione v. 15 Beacon Street Corp. et al

Filing 57

Judge Richard G. Stearns: ELECTRONIC ORDER entered. re 56 MOTION for Protective Order filed by Tiffany Dowd, Luxe Social Media LLC. In view of the time left in the discovery period, plaintiff is requested to submit an opposition (if any) to defendants' proposed protective order (including specific counterproposals (with a redlined version) for any objected to language or provision) no later than 2/24/2021. The parties are also reminded that until such a time a case-specific protective order enters, a party producing information it reasonably believes to be confidential may do so under the court's default protective order (attached).(Tang, Danni)

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Case 1:19-cv-12486-RGS Document 57 Filed 02/17/21 Page 1 of 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS STANDING ORDER RE: DEFAULT PROTECTIVE ORDER IN COMPLEX CASES FILED BEFORE STEARNS, D.J. June 1, 2017 STEARNS, D.J. In complex (such as patent, trade secret, securities fraud) cases where the parties reasonably believe a protective order is necessary to preserve the confidentiality of documents and information produced in discovery, until such a time that the parties propose and the court adopts a stipulated protective order (or present competing proposals for the court’s decision), the court will impose the following the default protective order. Documents and information that either party in good faith believes is confidential may be produced in discovery with the designation “Confidential Pursuant to the Court’s Default PO,” and until such a time the designation is altered or removed by the parties’ agreement or by court order, a so-designated document may only be accessed by the parties’ outside counsel and the court and their personnel. SO ORDERED. /s/ Richard G. Stearns ___________________________ UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

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