1st DCA Strikes Significant Blow to Plaintiffs Regarding Sharing Provisions in Wal-Mart v Endicott

06.06.12 | Permalink

By: Michael D. Begey

In a recent opinion, the Florida First District Court of Appeal (1st DCA) has struck a significant blow to plaintiff's lawyers who routinely demand that sharing provisions be placed in Protective Orders which govern the dissemination of a corporate defendant's confidential documents.

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