Coventry Capital US LLC v. EEA Life Settlements, Inc. et al

Filing 397

ORDER granting 392 Letter Motion to Seal. Defendant EEA Life Settlements, Inc.'s letter-motion seeking to file ECF No. 393, and corresponding exhibits F and G (ECF Nos. 393-6 393-7) under seal (ECF Nos. 392) is GRANTED, and the documents at ECF Nos. 393 and 393-6 393-7 shall remain visible only to the selected parties. The Clerk of Court is respectfully directed to close ECF No. 392. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Magistrate Judge Sarah L Cave on 11/17/22) (yv)

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Case 1:17-cv-07417-JLR-SLC Document 397 Filed 11/17/22 Page 1 of 1 Lauren F. Dayton MoloLamken LLP 430 Park Avenue New York, NY 10022 T: 212.607.8176 F: 212.607.8161 ldayton@mololamken.com www.mololamken.com November 16, 2022 BY ECF Hon. Sarah L. Cave U.S. Magistrate Judge Daniel Patrick Moynihan Courthouse 500 Pearl Street, Room 1670 New York, NY 10007 Defendant EEA Life Settlements, Inc.'s letter-motion seeking to file ECF No. 393, and corresponding exhibits F and G (ECF Nos. 393-6 – 393-7) under seal (ECF Nos. 392) is GRANTED, and the documents at ECF Nos. 393 and 393-6 – 393-7 shall remain visible only to the selected parties. The Clerk of Court is respectfully directed to close ECF No. 392. SO ORDERED 11/17/22 Re: Coventry Capital US LLC v. EEA Life Settlements, Inc., No. 17 Civ. 7417-JLR-SLC Dear Judge Cave: We write respectfully on behalf of Defendant EEA Life Settlements, Inc. (“EEA”) to request permission to temporarily file under seal a portion of EEA’s letter motion pursuant to Rule 37(c), and Exhibits F and G appended thereto. EEA makes this request solely to comply with the protective order entered in this case, see Dkt. 225, and not because it believes sealing is warranted. Under the terms of the operative protective order, “[a]ny person subject to this Order who receives from any other person any ‘Discovery Material’ (i.e., information of any kind provided in the course of discovery in this action) that is designated as ‘Confidential’ or ‘Highly Confidential — Attorneys’ Eyes Only’ pursuant to the terms of this Order shall not disclose such Discovery Material to anyone else except as expressly permitted hereunder.” Dkt. 225 ¶ 1. EEA understands the protective order requires it to seek the Court’s leave to temporarily file under seal material that Coventry has designated as confidential. The documents contained in Exhibits F and G were all designated “Confidential” by Coventry under the protective order, and a portion of Exhibit F was designated “Highly Confidential — Attorneys’ Eyes Only.” EEA’s letter motion quotes or describes portions of those documents, and attaches them as exhibits. EEA therefore requests permission to temporarily file its motion and those exhibits under seal. EEA further requests that the Court set a schedule by which Coventry may move to maintain the information under seal. EEA intends to oppose any such motion. We thank the Court for considering this letter. Respectfully submitted, /s/ Lauren F. Dayton Lauren F. Dayton

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