MDA Manufacturing, Inc. v. Mexichem Fluor Comercials S.A. DE C.V.

Filing 54

ORDER granting 52 Letter Motion to Seal: Granted. (Signed by Judge Paul A. Engelmayer on 1/5/2021) (jwh)

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Case 1:20-cv-03835-PAE Document 54 Filed 01/05/21 Page 1 of 1 Direct Phone Number: (214) 651-5375 Direct Fax Number: (214) 200-0525 January 4, 2021 VIA ECF Judge Paul A. Engelmayer United States District Court Southern District of New York 40 Foley Square, Room 2201 New York, NY 10007 Re: MDA Manufacturing, Inc. v. Mexichem Fluor Comercials S.A. De C.V., 20-cv03835-PAE Dear Judge Engelmayer: We represent defendant Mexichem Fluor Comercials S.A. De C.V. (“Mexichem”) in the above-referenced matter. We write pursuant to Your Honor’s Individual Rules and Practices in Civil Cases Rule 4.B and Standing Order 19-MC-00583 to seek sealing of limited portions of the Answer and Counterclaims (Doc. No. 51) (the “Answer”). This action arises from a supply agreement between the parties (the “Supply Agreement”) that contains a confidentiality provision. When the plaintiff filed the Amended Complaint, it submitted Supply Agreement under seal and filed a public version of the Amended Complaint that redacts many references to information in the Supply Agreement. See Doc. Nos. 18, 21, 22. Therefore, Mexichem seeks to seal those limited portions of the Answer that explicitly incorporate the Supply Agreement and may be determined to be confidential. A redacted version of the Answer is filed herewith. A sealed version of the Answer that highlights these redacted portions is filed herewith under seal. Thank you for your consideration. Respectfully submitted, s/Debbie McComas Debbie McComas cc: Counsel of record (via ECF) Granted. SO ORDERED. PaJA.� __________________________________ PAUL A. ENGELMAYER United States District Judge January 5, 2021 Haynes and Boone, LLP Attorneys and Counselors 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 26th Floor New York, New York 10112 T (212) 659-7300 F (212) 918-895

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