|Intellectual Property Case Adjudication Act Article 14June 4, 2014
A person subject to a confidentiality preservation order may file a motion to revoke such order with the court at which the action is pending when the requirements specified in Paragraph 1, Article 11 are not met, or when the situation described by Paragraph 2, Article 11 occurs, or when the grounds of such order no longer exist. However, when a judgment of the principal case becomes final, the motion to revoke the confidentiality preservation order shall be made to the court that grants the order. "Movant of a motion to preserve confidentiality may file for the revocation of such order. "The ruling revoking a confidentiality preservation order shall be served to the movant and the opposing party. "An appeal may be filed against the ruling in the preceding paragraph. "A confidentiality preservation order shall become void when the ruling revoking such order becomes final. "When a ruling revoking a confidentiality preservation order becomes final, the court shall notify, in addition to the movant and the opposing party, any other persons subject to the confidentiality preservation order of the revocation of such order.
|Intellectual Property Case Adjudication Act Article 11June 4, 2014
Where any one of the following situations occurs with respect to trade secrets held by a party or a third party, the court may, upon motion along with preliminary proof by such party or third party, issue a confidentiality preservation order upon the other party, agent, assistant ad litem, or other related party to the action: "1. Contents of a party's pleadings disclose its own trade secrets or those of a third party, or evidence-taking that has been or is to be made involves trade secrets of a party or a third party. "2. Limitation on discovery or use is required so as to prevent the discovery or use of the trade secrets in the preceding paragraph being intended for purposes other than those related to the case, and there are concerns of obstruction to the party's or the third party's business operation as a result of the disclosure of the trade secrets. "The preceding paragraph does not apply where the other party, agent, assistant ad litem, or other related party has obtained or possessed such trade secrets through means other than the document review or evidence-taking prescribed in the Paragraph 1 of the preceding paragraph. "The person subject to a confidentiality preservation order shall not use the trade secrets for purposes other than those related to the case, nor shall he disclose said trade secrets to those not subject to the order.
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