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protective_order [2016/10/03 17:09]
Carlos Pedraza [Protective Order] adds link to eick bio
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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.))