The Football Association Premier League Limited et al v. Youtube, Inc. et al
STIPULATION AND ORDER: NOW THEREFORE IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED AND AGREED, by and between the undersigned counsel of record, for the parties hereto, that the unsealing of the materials relating to the parties' summary judgment motions in the above referenced actions shall be implemented as follows: 1. To the extent practicable and with the express exception of exhibits in a format that cannot be filed via ECF and overly voluminous exhibits (e.g., large Excel spreadsheets), the parties intend to file all materials related to the parties' summary judgment motions via simultaneous ECF submissions on Thursday, March 18, 2010 at 1pm EDT with those portions of the materials the parties contend should remain under seal redacted; 2. To the extent any ECF "filing event" that occurs pursuant to Paragraph 1 would exceed 15MB, the parties will, unless they are unable to, break it into subparts with subsequent parts clearly identified. Those materials shall remain on the ECF system to allow continued public access. 3. So as to further facilitate public access to the parties' summary judgment submissions, the parties shall also file a complete set of all materials related to the parties' summary judgment motions, with those portions of the materials the parties contend should remain under seal redacted, manually with the Clerk of the Court in hard copy to the extent possible and CD/DVD as necessary, promptly after this Stipulation and Order is so-ordered by the Court, but in no event earlier than the filing in Paragraph 1; 4. The original materials filed under seal in connection with the parties' summary judgment motions shall remain under seal unless the Clerk of the Court is otherwise directed by the Court. (Signed by Judge Louis L. Stanton on 3/18/2010) (tro)
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