August 18, 2021

The Appropriate Use of Protective Orders of Confidentiality in Complex Litigation and Mass Torts

Zogby Speaks on Best Practices for Complex Litigation and Mass Tort Protective Orders and the Protection of Proprietary Information

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Overview

Michael C. Zogby, deputy chair of the national product liability and mass tort group, and co-chair of the health and life sciences litigation team, presented the defense perspective relating to “The Appropriate Use of Protective Orders of Confidentiality in Complex Litigation and Mass Torts,” on August 18, 2021.

This program provided a discussion among plaintiff and defense counsel and the Hon. Joel Schneider, U.S.M.J. (ret.), in which the panelists addressed protective orders, the protection of proprietary and competitive information, and practice tips for attorneys involved in large-scale, complex litigation. Mike focused on:

  • the importance of negotiating and following the protective order process
  • the need for protective orders to streamline discovery and protect competitive proprietary information while faced with distractions and simultaneous demands in document and data-heavy aggregated litigation
  • the importance of credibility and specificity in responses to document challenges
  • key takeaways for all parties
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