Campbell et al v. GECOS G.M.B.H.
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|September 26, 2012
MEMORANDUM RULING granting in part and denying in part 18 Motion for Protective Order; granting in part and denying in part 32 Motion to Strike ; granting in part and denying in part 32 Motion for Protective Order; granting in part and denyi ng in part 18 Motion to Strike. IT IS ORDERED that the motion is DENIED AS MOOT to the extent that it seeks to strike discovery requests propounded prior to the issuance of a scheduling order in this action. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the motion i s GRANTED to the extent that GECOSs counsel is entitled to propound discovery to third parties seeking information regarding the formulas, products, and intellectual property developed by Live Oak and by the plaintiffs, individually or on behalf of o ther companies. However, because this lawsuit centers on the issue of whether GECOS is entitled to ownership or licensing of all or a part of that intellectual property, IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that GECOSs counsel shall not disclose to GECOS the conten t of the intellectual property obtained through this discovery and shall appropriately protect Live Oaks and/or the plaintiffs proprietary interests inthe intellectual property until the issues of licensing and/or ownership are resolved in this litigation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, in all other respects, the motion is DENIED. Signed by Magistrate Judge Patrick J Hanna on 9/26/12. (crt,Kennedy, T)
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