Ribeiro et al v. Baby Trend, Inc.
PROTECTIVE ORDER. Ordered by Magistrate Judge F.A. Gossett. (LAC)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA
FRANCO RIBEIRO and DEANNA
RIBEIRO, as individuals and as next
friends and biological parents of LUCAS
RIBEIRO, an infant,
BABY TREND, INC.; MARK SEDLACK;
MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT CORP.;
INDIANA MILLS & MANUFACTURING
INC.; LERADO GROUP CO., LTD.;
LERADO GROUP (HOLDING)
COMPANY LTD.; LERADO (ZHONG
SHAN) INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.;
LERADO CHINA LIMITED; LERADO
H.K. LIMITED; HOLMBERGS SAFETY
SYSTEM HOLDING AB f/k/a
HOLDING AB a/k/a HOLMBERGS;
CHILDSAFETY AB d/b/a
CHILDSAFETY AB f/k/a KENDRION
HOLMBERGS AB a/k/a HOLMBERGS
SAFETY SYSTEM HOLDING AB d/b/a
HOLMBERGS; and GNOSJOGRUPPEN
AB f/k/a KENDRION AUTOMOTIVE
METALS AB d/b/a HOLMBERGS,
Case No. 8:12CV204
The parties hereto have agreed to this Protective Order to facilitate document production
in the 30(b)(6) deposition of Luke Cheng on behalf of Lerado Group on November 11, 2015,
because confidential business information was disclosed or produced voluntarily at the
deposition. The parties have agreed and the Court orders as follows:
1. Documents designated at the deposition referenced above include Exhibits 7, 12, 20,
22, and 27.
2. All deposition testimony of Luke Cheng on November 11, 2015, regarding the
enumerated exhibits, will be governed by this Protective Order.
3. All documents referenced in paragraphs 1 and 2 are entitled to confidential treatment
pursuant to the terms of this Order until and unless the parties formally agree in
writing to the contrary, or a contrary determination is made by the Court as to
whether all or a portion is entitled to confidential treatment.
4. Any document referenced in paragraphs 1 and 2 may be used by the parties receiving
it for purposes of this action only and for no other purpose. This includes providing
copies to experts and witnesses as needed for the purposes of this case. These
individuals are also subject to this protective order as indicated in paragraph 8.
5. Persons in the possession of these referenced documents shall not disclose such
information to any other person, except in conformity with this Order.
6. This Order shall remain in full force and effect until modified, superseded, or
terminated by further order of this Court, and shall survive the termination of this
action; provided, however, this Order may be amended by agreement between the
parties to this action or upon regularly noticed Motion to the Court.
7. The party or parties receiving these referenced documents shall not under any
circumstances sell, offer for sale, advertise, or publicize any documents containing
8. Any person or party who observes or acquires information regarding documents
referenced in paragraphs 1 and 2 must read and understand this protective order and
comply with its provisions.
9. The protections afforded in this order shall apply with equal force to any and all
copies, notes, summaries, or other compilations and oral recitation of the original
exhibits and information.
10. If any party or party’s representative inadvertently discloses information referenced in
paragraphs 1 and 2, the disclosure is not a waiver of the protected nature of the
document. The producing party should immediately notify the receiving party of the
inadvertent production and request either the return of the information or the
confirmed destruction of the protected materials within five business days.
11. After termination of this litigation, the provisions of this Order shall continue to be
binding, except with respect to those documents and information that become a
matter of public record. This Court retains and shall have continuing jurisdiction over
the parties and recipients of the referenced documents for enforcement of the
provisions of this Order following termination of this litigation.
12. Within thirty (30) days of the termination of this action, either by settlement or upon
final adjudication, including all appeals, each party shall return upon request to the
other party, any referenced documents in that party’s possession obtained through
discovery in this action.
13. Counsel for any party may retain one complete copy of all records following the final
deposition of this case for purposes of defending against any claims for legal
malpractice that may arise. Counsel may require other parties to return or destroy all
14. This Order shall be binding upon the parties and their attorneys, successors,
executors, personal representatives, administrators, heirs, legal representatives
assigns, subsidiaries, divisions, employees, agents, independent contractors, retained
experts, investigators, the Court and its staff, or other persons or organizations over
which they have control.
15. This Protective Order may be modified by agreement of the parties subject to the
approval of this Court or by further order of the Court.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
DATED January 20, 2016.
BY THE COURT:
S/ F.A. Gossett
United States Magistrate Judge
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