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Fink v. Rev-1 Solutions, LLC

United States District Court, E.D. Wisconsin, Green Bay Division

July 10, 2018

KYLE B. FINK, et al. Plaintiff
v.
REV-1 SOLUTIONS, LLC Defendant

          STERN THOMASSON LLP Andrew T. Thomasson Attorneys for Plaintiffs

          CLAUSEN MILLER P.C. PAIGE M. NEEL - 6279324 DANIEL L. POLSBY - 6270444 PATRICK L. BREEN Attorneys for Defendant

          STIPULATED PROTECTIVE ORDER

          WILLIAM C. GRIESBACH, CHIEF JUDGE U.S. DISTRICT COURT

         I. INTRODUCTION

         The parties, by their undersigned counsel, hereby stipulate to the following Protective Order.

         II. CONFIDENTIALITY OF MATERIALS

         A. Designation of confidential information must be made by placing or affixing on the document in a manner that will not interfere with its legibility the word “CONFIDENTIAL.” One who provides materials may designate it as “CONFIDENTIAL” only when the person in good faith believes it contains trade secrets or nonpublic technical, commercial, financial, personal, or business information. Except for documents produced for inspection at the party's facilities, the designation of confidential information must be made prior to, or contemporaneously with, the production or disclosure of that information. In the event that documents are produced for inspection at the party's facilities, such documents may be produced for inspection before being marked confidential. Once specific documents have been designated for copying, any documents containing confidential information will then be marked confidential after copying but before delivery to the party who inspected and designated the documents. There will be no waiver of confidentiality by the inspection of confidential documents before they are copied and marked confidential pursuant to this procedure.

         B. Portions of depositions of a party's present and former officer, directors, employees, agents, experts, and representatives must be deemed confidential only if they are designated as such when the deposition is taken.

         C. Information or documents designated as confidential under this rule must not be used or disclosed by the parties or counsel for the parties or any persons identified in subparagraph (D) for any purposes whatsoever other than preparing for and conducting the litigation in which the information or documents were disclosed (including appeals). The parties must not disclose information or documents designated as confidential to putative class members not named as plaintiffs in putative class litigation unless and until one or more classes have been certified.

         D. The parties and counsel for the parties must not disclose or permit the disclosure of any documents or information designated as confidential under this rule to any other person or entity, except that disclosures may be made in the following circumstances:

1. Disclosure may be made to employees of counsel for the parties who have direct functional responsibility for the preparation and trial of the lawsuit. Any such employee to whom counsel for the parties makes a disclosure must be advised of, and become subject to, the provisions of this rule requiring that the documents and information be held in confidence.
2. Disclosure may be made only to employees of a party required in good faith to provide assistance in the conduct of the litigation in which the information was disclosed who are identified as such in writing to counsel for the other parties in advance of the disclosure of the confidential information.
3. Disclosure may be made to court reporters engaged for depositions and those persons, if any, specifically engaged for the limited purpose of making photocopies of documents. Before disclosure to any such court reporter or person engaged in making photocopies of documents, such reporter or person must agree to be bound by the terms of this Rule.
4. Disclosure may be made to consultants, investigators, or experts (collectively “experts”) employed by the parties or counsel for the parties to assist in the preparation and trial of the lawsuit. Before disclosure to any expert, the expert must be informed of and agree to be subject to the provisions ...

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