MINIMETALS, INC. V. DRAGON BOOM, LTD.
OPINION/ORDER granting 164 Motion to Seal Document 163 Exhibit (to Document). Signed by Magistrate Judge Cathy L. Waldor on 11/9/15. (DD, )
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY
DRAGON BOOM, LTD., a British Virgin Islands limited
company; B&H AMERICAN, INC., a New Jersey
Corporation; UNITED RESOURCES USA, INC., a New
Jersey Corporation; GARY INTERNATIONAL
HOLDINGS, LTD., a Hong Kong limited company;
HANGZHOU BAOHANG INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENT
GROUP, LTD., a People’s Republic of China limited
company; DANG MIN (a.k.a. MIN DANG), an individual;
LI ZHENG, an individual; XIYOU XU (a.k.a. GRACE
Xli), an individual; ABC CORPORATIONS 1-10, and
JOHN DOES 1-10,
Case No.: 2:13-cv-03834
ORDER OR OPINION TO
Return Date: November 16, 2015
THIS MATTER having been brought before the Court by the Law Office
of Gregory K. Mueller, P.C., attorneys for Plaintiff, Minmetals, Inc. (“Plaintiff’),
in the presence of counsel for Defendants, upon motion for entry of an Order
pursuant to Local Civil Rule 5.3 to maintain certain materials under seal, and
Court having considered the papers and having found: (1) the nature of the
materials and proceedings at issue involves sensitive information produced by
Plaintiff and Defendants pursuant to the Confidentiality Order entered in this
on August 4, 2014; (2) that the legitimate confidentiality interest of Plaintiff and
Defendants outweighs any public interest in the materials at issue; (3) that clearly
defined and serious injury would result if the motion to seal were denied; and
that the contents of the Reply Memorandum of Law and accompanying declara
and exhibit are such that a less restrictive alternative to the relief sought is not
available; therefore, for good cause shown:
IT IS on this day of’L
ORDERED that Plaintiff’s motion to seal pursuant to Local Civil Rule
is hereby GRANTED.
HON. KATHARINE S. HAYDEN, U.S.D.J.
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