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Webster v. Spokane Housing Venture LLC

United States District Court, E.D. Washington

February 8, 2018

PATRICIA WEBSTER and MARK WEBSTER, individually and the marital community thereof, Plaintiffs,
v.
SPOKANE HOUSING VENTURE, LLC, a Washington corporation; FRED PECK, individually and the marital community comprised of FRED PECK and JANE DOE PECK, Defendants.

          PROTECTIVE ORDER

          ROSANNA MALOUF PETERSON United States District Judge

         1. PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THIS PROTECTIVE ORDER

         This Protective Order governs the designation, handling, and use of non-public information as detailed below that is produced in discovery of this litigation for which special protection may be warranted, whether by voluntary production or disclosure or in response to any formal discovery procedure. This Protective Order does not: (i) affect any party's obligations under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to produce documents as required by the rules of discovery and/or an Order of the Court; (ii) confer blanket protection on all disclosures or responses to discovery; or (iii) presumptively entitle any party to file information under seal.

         Once entered, this Protective Order will remain in effect until such time as it is modified, amended, or rescinded by the Court.

         2. “CONFIDENTIAL” MATERIAL, INFORMATION AND “PROTECTED DOCUMENTS”

         “Confidential” material, information and "Protected Documents" includes, but is not limited to:

         A. Personnel files, records, and other documents containing non-public, private, and/or personal information concerning any current or former employee of Defendant Spokane Housing Ventures. Such information includes but is not limited to contact information (mailing address, phone number, e-mail address, etc.), social security numbers, medical records, personal health information, and non-public payroll and other financial information (including personal identifying information and financial account information).

         Good cause exists to protect the privacy rights of Spokane Housing Ventures' current and former employees at this juncture in the litigation.

         B. Spokane Housing Ventures' proprietary and confidential business information which provides it with a business advantage over its competitors. This includes but is not limited to documents and information relating to matters that Spokane Housing Ventures takes significant steps to protect in its daily operations by use of non-disclosure and/or confidentiality agreements with its employees (if any) and/or other measures.

         Good cause exists to protect a business's proprietary and confidential business information at this juncture in the litigation.

         C. Defendant Fred Peck's and his marital community's personal information. Such information includes, but is not limited to, non-public contact information, financial information, medical records, personal health information, social security number or other personal identification information, private affairs, and other personal information and documents.

         Good cause exists to protect the privacy rights of Defendant Fred Peck and his marital community at this juncture in the litigation.

         D. Plaintiff Patricia Webster's personal information. Such information includes, but is not limited to, non-public contact information, financial information, medical records, personal health information, social security number or other personal identification information, including private affairs not relevant to this litigation.

         Good cause exists to protect the privacy rights of Plaintiff Patricia Webster at this juncture in the litigation.

         “Confidential” material and information does not include any information and/or documents obtained or produced by a party outside of the context of discovery in this litigation or that is otherwise already part of the public record as of the entry of this Protective Order. However, nothing in this Protective Order will affect the rights of any party to enforce any right that it may have regarding the confidentiality of information and/or documents that were disclosed prior to the commencement of this litigation.

         “Protected Documents” are documents that contain “Confidential” material as defined above, and are marked “CONFIDENTIAL” pursuant to Paragraph 3 below. The term “Protected Documents” and “Protected Document” shall be interpreted to include both the singular and the plural.

         3. DESIGNATING PROTECTED DOCUMENTS

         Any party that is required to produce documents and/or information in discovery in this litigation may designate those materials as Protected Documents pursuant to this Protective Order. Protected Documents shall be designated by affixing to them the legend “CONFIDENTIAL” in a size and location that makes the designation readily apparent, preferably in the lower right hand corner. The ...


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