Celgard, LLC v. Shenzhen Senior Technology Material Co. Ltd. et al

Filing 55

PROTECTIVE ORDER. Signed by Senior Judge Graham Mullen on 4/1/2021. (Attachments: # 1 Attachment)(eef)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA CHARLOTTE DIVISION Case No. 3:20-cv-00130-GCM CELGARD, LLC, ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) v. ) ) SHENZHEN SENIOR TECHNOLOGY ) MATERIAL CO. LTD., SHENZHEN SENIOR ) TECHNOLOGY MATERIAL CO. LTD. (US) ) RESEARCH INSTITUTE, SUN TOWN ) TECHNOLOGY, INC., GLOBAL VENTURE ) DEVELOPMENT, LLC, GLOBAL VENTURE ) DEVELOPMENT, INC., AND DR. XIAOMIN ) “STEVEN” ZHANG a/k/a BIN WANG, ) ) Defendants. ) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I , __________________________________________, hereby acknowledge that I have read and understand the provisions of the attached Order for Protection of Confidential Information (“Protective Order”) entered by the Court in the above-captioned matter with respect to the nondisclosure of CONFIDENTIAL or HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL – OUTSIDE COUNSELS’ EYES ONLY information and/or documents (the “Confidential Material”), and I agree to abide by and be bound by its terms. I will not reveal the Confidential Material to anyone, except as allowed by the Protective Order. I will maintain all Confidential Material, including copies, notes, or other transcriptions made therefrom, in a secure manner to prevent unauthorized access to it. I will use Confidential Material only in connection with my work in this action and for no other purpose. Upon request, I will return the Confidential Material to the counsel who provided me with the Confidential Material. I hereby submit to the jurisdiction of the United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina for the purpose of enforcing the Protective Order, and this Acknowledgement, by contempt proceedings or other appropriate judicial remedies. Executed on _______________________ By: ________________________________

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