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Snelgrove v. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

United States District Court, D. Colorado

February 11, 2014

CHRISTOPHER S. SNELGROVE, NICOLE L. SNELGROVE, Plaintiffs,
v.
WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE, WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. Defendants.

Collin J. Earl, Esq., McKinney & Associates, P.C., Colorado Springs, CO.

Ryan T. Earl, Esq., Earl & Earl, PLLC, Nampa, ID, Attorneys for Plaintiffs Christopher S., Snelgrove and Nicole L. Snelgrove.

Marie E. Williams, Nadia G. Malik, Kara D. Lyons, FAEGRE BAKER DANIELS LLP, Denver, Colorado, Attorneys for Defendants Wells Fargo, Home Mortgage and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

[STIPULATED] CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT AND ORDER

RICHARD P. MATSCH, Senior District Judge.

To expedite the flow of discovery material, facilitate the prompt resolution of discovery disputes, and protect the confidentiality of documents produced or information disclosed, the production of which could reveal sensitive financial documents or harm a party's competitive standing, Plaintiffs Christopher S. Snelgrove and Nicole L. Snelgrove (the "Snelgroves") and Defendants Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and Wells Fargo Home Mortgage ("Wells Fargo"), stipulate as follows:

The parties will follow the procedures set forth in this Stipulated Confidentiality Agreement and Order (the "Confidentiality Order" or "Confidentiality Stipulation") with respect to disclosure of information, documents, or things in this litigation:

1. Confidential Information.

(a) As used in this Confidentiality Order, "CONFIDENTIAL" or "CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION" shall mean any information, document, or thing, that a party (the "Designating Party") furnishes in the course of this litigation and in good faith designates as CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION pursuant to Sections 1(b) to (d) below.

(b) A party may designate its answers to interrogatories, responses to requests for admissions, any documents produced in response to a request for production of documents, subpoena duces tecum, or otherwise, or any other information provided by it as CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION by stamping the word "CONFIDENTIAL" upon the first page of the document, taking care to avoid obscuring any text, before providing it to the opposing party. Information marked CONFIDENTIAL shall not be utilized or disclosed by a receiving party (the "Recipient Party"), its agents, or its employees, except in accordance with the terms of this Confidentiality Order.

(c) In the case of CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION in a non-paper medium, e.g., video or audio tape, computer discs, CD-ROMs, DVDs, etc., a party may designate all information therein as CONFIDENTIAL by affixing a legend stating the same to the outside of the medium or container.

(d) To designate a portion of a deposition transcript as CONFIDENTIAL, a Designating Party may either make a statement on the record to that effect or must, within thirty days after the deposition transcript is delivered to the Designating Party, provide to all counsel written notice identifying the specific pages of the deposition transcript that counsel for the Designating Party in good faith believes to contain CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. All deposition transcripts shall be treated as CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION until the expiration of the thirty-day period. The portions so designated shall not be utilized or disclosed by the other party, its agents, or its employees, except in accordance with the terms of this Confidentiality Order. All parties shall mark their copies of the transcript by stamping the word "CONFIDENTIAL" upon every page so designated.

(e) Inadvertent production of any information, document, transcript, or thing without a designation of CONFIDENTIAL shall not in and of itself be deemed a waiver of any party's claim of confidentiality as to such matter. If any information, document, transcript, or thing claimed to be CONFIDENTIAL is inadvertently produced without that designation, the producing party shall notify the Recipient Party within a reasonable time. All parties shall use their best efforts to protect the confidentiality of that information. Upon receipt of notice that CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION was produced inadvertently without an appropriate initial designation of confidentiality, the Recipient Party shall thereafter (1) treat such information as CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION pursuant to the terms of this Confidentiality Order, and (2) shall use its best efforts to retrieve such materials or correct the effects of any use or disclosure of such CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION based upon the earlier mistaken view that such materials were not confidential.

(f) CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION shall not be disclosed to any persons other than:

(i) the attorneys for the Recipient Party in this litigation and paralegal and clerical staff (whether employees or independent ...


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