United States District Court, S.D. Ohio, Eastern Division
ANHEUSER-BUSCH, LLC, Plaintiff and Defendant on the Counterclaim,
ATLAS INDUSTRIAL HOLDINGS, LLC, et. al., Defendant, Plaintiff on the Counterclaim, Third-Party Plaintiff, and Third-Party Defendant.
Terrance M. Miller Trial Attorney Jay A. Yurkiw Jason T.
Gerken PORTER WRIGHT MORRIS & ARTHUR LLP Attorneys for
Plaintiff Anheuser-Busch, LLC.
A. Gerling Trial Attorney LANE ALTON Attorney for Lexington
G. Witherspoon Jr. Trial Attorney Gordon D. Arnold Christine
M. Duraney FREUND, FREEZE & ARNOLD LPA Attorneys for
Defendant Atlas Industrial Holdings, LLC.
M. Hoey (pro hac vice) CLAUSEN MILLER P.C. Attorney for
Lexington Insurance Company.
District Judge, George C. Smith
AGREED PROTECTIVE ORDER
TERENCE P. KEMP, UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
Anheuser-Busch, LLC, Defendant Atlas Industrial Holdings,
LLC, and Third-Party Defendant Lexington Insurance Company,
by their respective counsel, have agreed to the entry of this
Protective Order (“Order”), which shall govern
all discovery taken in connection with the above-referenced
case (the “Case”). This Court, having considered
this matter pursuant to Rule 26(c) of the Federal Rules of
Civil Procedure, hereby ORDERS as follows:
For purposes of this Order, “Confidential
Information” means non-public, confidential financial,
technical, or commercial information, or personal or
personally identifiable information that is contained or
disclosed in any materials governed by this Order and
designated by a producing party or person in accordance with
the procedures set forth in Section 2 of this Order.
Designation of Confidential Information
Any document or thing produced by a party in the Case may be
designated as Confidential Information by marking
“CONFIDENTIAL” (referred to herein as
“Protected Material”) on the face of every page
of the document at or prior to production.
Counsel for a party may designate any or all of a
deponent's deposition testimony as CONFIDENTIAL by making
a statement to that effect on the record while the deposition
is being taken. Alternatively, counsel for a party may
designate the transcript of a deposition as CONFIDENTIAL by
notifying the opposing party in writing, within ten (10)
business days of receipt of the transcript, of the specific
pages and lines of the transcript that contain Protected
Material. All deposition transcripts shall be treated as
Protected Material and subject to this Order until ten (10)
business days after a transcript of the deposition is
received. Any portion of any deposition testimony that is not
designated as containing Protected Material with this Section
2.2 shall not be entitled to the protection afforded under
When Protected Material is designated in a deposition
transcript, the designating party shall instruct the ...