Gotch v. Milk Specialties Company
PROTECTIVE ORDER granting 12 Motion for Protective Order as provided herein. (Attachments: # 1 Ex. A Disclosure Agreement) Ordered by Magistrate Judge Thomas D. Thalken. (TRL)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA
MILK SPECIALTIES COMPANY,
The undersigned, having read the Protective Order issued by the United States
district Court for the District of Nebraska in the above-captioned action, a copy of which
is attached hereto, which protects the confidential information of the parties produced or
obtained during discovery in said action, agrees to be bound as follows:
The undersigned agrees to be bound by the provisions of the Protective
All confidential information disclosed to the undersigned pursuant to the
Protective Order, including without limitation any and all photographs of the defendant’s
premises and the location of the accident which is a subject of this action, shall not be
disclosed, disseminated, or published by the undersigned except as permitted in the
The undersigned agrees he or she shall not acknowledge the existence of
the confidential information to anyone for any reason at any time, except as permitted in
the Protective Order.
The undersigned agrees he or she shall take all appropriate and
necessary precautions to avoid loss or inadvertent disclosure of the confidential
information as designated under the Protective Order.
The undersigned agrees that, after his or her permitted use of the
confidential materials and documents is completed, he or she shall return any and all
confidential materials and documents received to the person or entity from which he or
she received the confidential materials and documents.
The undersigned agrees that the terms of this Nondisclosure Agreement
shall continue after return of the confidential materials and documents.
Signature: Recipient of Confidential Information
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