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Case Blurb: Ahner; Party Seeking Protective Order must make Specific, Factual Demonstration

Posted by rjbiii on October 17, 2008

A party…who seeks a protective order has a burden to make “a particular and specific demonstration of fact as distinguished from stereotyped and conclusory statements,” in support of its motion.

Auto Club Family Ins. Co. v. Ahner, 2007 WL 2480322 (E.D.La. Aug. 29, 2007) (internal citations removed)

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