SAS Institute Inc. v. World Programming Limited

Filing 235

ORDER granting 232 Amended Motion to Seal 229 PROPOSED SEALED Exhibit, 226 PROPOSED SEALED Memorandum in Support, 228 PROPOSED SEALED Exhibit, 227 PROPOSED SEALED - Defendant shall re-file Exhibit 39 to the Declaration of Dennis O. Cohen as a public event. Signed by District Judge Louise Wood Flanagan on 04/17/2014. (Baker, C.)

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THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA WESTERN DIVISION No.: 5:10-CV-25-FL SAS Institute, Inc., Plaintiff, v. World Programming Limited, Defendant. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ORDER WHEREAS this matter has come before this Court upon the Amended Motion to Seal of Defendant World Programming Limited (“WPL”); WHEREAS the Court finds that sealing the documents at issue is warranted based on the arguments presented in WPL’s Amended Motion to Seal, and the accompanying Memorandum; WHEREAS the Court finds that alternatives to sealing are inadequate as the documents contain information designated Confidential or Highly Confidential – Attorneys’ Eyes Only pursuant to the Amended Stipulated Protective Order signed and entered by this Court on January 28, 2013 (Dkt. # 106), which requires such documents to be filed under seal; IT IS ORDERED that: 1. The Motion is granted; and 2. The unredacted version of the Memorandum of Law in Support of its Motion for Summary Judgment, filed at Dkt. # 226, and Exhibits 2-7, 11-14, 16-33, 35-37, 41-43 and 48-52 to the accompanying Declaration of Dennis O. Cohen, which exhibits are filed at Dkt. # 227-229, be permanently sealed; and 3. Defendant shall re-file Exhibit 39 to the Declaration of Dennis O. Cohen as a public event. 04/17/2014 Dated: ______________ _______________________________________ LOUISE W. FLANAGAN United States District Judge -2-

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