M.J. Woods, Inc. v. Little Rapids Corporation
ORDER that Defendant submit its proposed order re protective order via cyberclerk so that Court can sign and enter the order. Signed by Magistrate Judge Dennis Howell on 8/7/2017. (khm)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
M.J. WOODS, INC.,
LITTLE RAPIDS COPRORATION,
Previously, the parties indicated to the Court that a dispute has arisen as to
the terms of a protective order regarding the disclosure of confidential information.
The Court entered an Order denying their request for a conference and directing
the parties to file briefs with the Court (Order, Jun. 29, 2017, ECF No. 19.) In
addition, the Court directed both sides to submit their proposed protective orders to
the Court. (Id.) As the Court stated in its prior Order, it would review each party’s
proposed language and then enter the proposed protective order that the Court
deemed to be the more reasonable. (Id.)
Upon a review of the parties’ briefs and the proposed protective orders, the
Court finds that having a second tier of confidential information identified as
attorneys’ eyes only is warranted in this case. Accordingly, the Court finds that the
proposed order submitted by Defendant to be the more reasonable. The Court
DIRECTS Defendant to submit its proposed order via cyberclerk so that Court can
sign and enter the order.
Signed: August 7, 2017
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