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 The order in [[lawsuit|this case]], was agreed to by attorneys for the plaintiffs, [[CBS]] and [[Paramount Pictures]], and the defendants, //Axanar// producer [[Alec Peters]] and [[Axanar Productions]]. Federal magistrate [[federal_magistrate_judge_charles_f._eick|Judge Charles F. Eick]] approved the order the same day. The order in [[lawsuit|this case]], was agreed to by attorneys for the plaintiffs, [[CBS]] and [[Paramount Pictures]], and the defendants, //Axanar// producer [[Alec Peters]] and [[Axanar Productions]]. Federal magistrate [[federal_magistrate_judge_charles_f._eick|Judge Charles F. Eick]] approved the order the same day.
  
-The order, filed in federal district court, defines the type of evidence each side agrees deserves protection, how it is labeled '​confidential,'​ and who gets to see it before trial. It also provides for challenges by either side about the confidentiality of the information,​ to be decided by [[judge_r._gary_klausner|the judge]], before going on to be disclosed publicly at trial.+The order, filed in federal district court, defines the type of evidence each side agrees deserves protection, how it is labeled '​confidential,'​ and who gets to see it before trial. It also provides for challenges by either side about the confidentiality of the information,​ to be decided by [[judge_r._gary_klausner|the judge]], before going on to be disclosed publicly at trial or in support of pre-trial motions.
  
 Such orders are intended to "​expedite discovery, reduce costs, and protect the parties in the event of inadvertent disclosure."​(([[http://​www.smithmoorelaw.com/​Confidentiality-and-Protective-Orders-08-05-2013|"​Confidentiality and Protective Orders,"​ by Bailey King, et al.]], Smith Moore Leatherwood,​ DRIs for the Defense, 8/5/13.)) Such orders are intended to "​expedite discovery, reduce costs, and protect the parties in the event of inadvertent disclosure."​(([[http://​www.smithmoorelaw.com/​Confidentiality-and-Protective-Orders-08-05-2013|"​Confidentiality and Protective Orders,"​ by Bailey King, et al.]], Smith Moore Leatherwood,​ DRIs for the Defense, 8/5/13.))