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Andrich v. Aramark Refreshment Services, LLC

United States District Court, S.D. Ohio

April 10, 2017

NKKEYA ANDRICH, Plaintiff,
v.
ARAMARK REFRESHMENT SERVICES, LLC, et al., Defendants.

          Ken Smith Attorney for Plaintiff

          Andrew Barber Attorney for Defendants

          Honorable George C.Smith Judge

          CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT

          Terence P. Kemp United States Magistrate Judge

         Plaintiff Nikkeya Andrich and Defendant Aramark Refreshment Services, LLC ("Aramark"), Martin Kloock and Ronald Urbano (collectively "Defendants") hereby agree:

         1. Plaintiff and Defendants shall have the right to limit access to any document produced in discovery or other item relevant to this litigation, including without limitation answers to interrogatories and any portion of deposition testimony or other testimony by a witness, to the counsel for the parties.

         2. Such documents or other tangible items must be designated by conspicuously stamping the words "COUNSEL ONLY" on each page of the designated material or by notifying the other party in writing of the material to be considered so designated. With regard to testimony, a party may limit access to such testimony to the parties' counsel by notifying the other party of the portion of testimony to be designated on the record at the deposition or in writing no later than five days after the transcript is received.

         3. Information designated for "COUNSEL ONLY" shall not be disclosed or disseminated to anyone, except:

a. the counsel for any party, and the employees of such counsel to whom it is necessary that the information be disclosed for purposes of this litigation only; or
b. any outside expert engaged by a party for the purposes of assisting in the preparation of this litigation, provided, however, that no such information shall be disseminated to any expert who is currently employed by a direct business competitor of a party or its affiliates subject to review by the Court;
c. any person who was involved in the preparation of the document or information; or
d. any person, entity, or firm with the prior written consent of all parties.

         4. Plaintiff and Defendants shall also have the right to designate as CONFIDENTIAL any document or other item relevant to this litigation, including without limitation answers to interrogatories and any portion of deposition testimony or other testimony by a witness.

         5. Such documents or other tangible items must be designated by conspicuously stamping the words "CONFIDENTIAL" on each page of the designated material or by notifying the other party in writing of the material to be considered so designated. With regard to testimony, a party may designate portions of the record CONFIDENTIAL by notifying the other party on the ...


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