Supply Chain Products, LLC v. NCR Corporation

Filing 142

ORDER GRANTING NCR'S REQUEST TO FILE ORDER UNDER SEAL granting 110 Letter Motion to Seal. Having considered Defendant NCR Corporation's Letter Request for leave to file the proposed Order Releasing Deposit under seal, the Court finds t hat Defendant's Motion is GRANTED. Accordingly, it is ORDERED that the Order Releasing Deposit shall be filed, separately, under seal with the Court. The Court respectfully directs the Clerk of Court to modify the viewing level for the Order R eleasing Deposit to the Selected Parties viewing level restricted to court users and the following parties: Plaintiff Supply Chain Products, LLC and Plaintiff's counsel, and Defendant NCR Corporation and Defendants counsel. SO ORDERED.. (Signed by Magistrate Judge James L. Cott on 8/2/2022) (jca)

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Case 1:19-cv-11376-ALC-JLC Document 142 Filed 08/02/22 Page 1 of 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ---------------------------------------------------------------- x SUPPLY CHAIN PRODUCTS, LLC Plaintiff, 8/2/2022 19-CV-11376-ALC-JLC vs. NCR CORPORATION Defendant. ---------------------------------------------------------------- x ORDER GRANTING NCR’S REQUEST TO FILE ORDER UNDER SEAL Having considered Defendant NCR Corporation’s Letter Request for leave to file the proposed Order Releasing Deposit under seal, the Court finds that Defendant’s Motion is GRANTED. Accordingly, it is ORDERED that the Order Releasing Deposit shall be filed, separately, under seal with the Court. The Court respectfully directs the Clerk of Court to modify the viewing level for the Order Releasing Deposit to the Selected Parties viewing level restricted to court users and the following parties: Plaintiff Supply Chain Products, LLC and Plaintiff’s counsel, and Defendant NCR Corporation and Defendant’s counsel. SO ORDERED. Dated: New York, New York August 2, 2022

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