39 CFR 3007.60 - Limitations on access to non-public materials.

§ 3007.60 Limitations on access to non-public materials.
To afford appropriate confidentiality to non-public materials during any stage of a proceeding before the Commission, or in connection with any other purpose under title 39 of the U.S. Code, the Commission may, based on Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(c):
(a) Prohibit the public disclosure of the non-public materials;
(b) Specify terms for public disclosure of the non-public materials;
(c) Order a specific method for disclosing the non-public materials;
(d) Restrict the scope of the disclosure of the non-public materials as they relate to certain matters;
(e) Restrict who may have access to non-public materials;
(f) Require that a trade secret be revealed only in a specific and limited manner or to limited or specified persons; and
(g) Order other relief as appropriate including, but not limited to, sealing a deposition or part of a proceeding.

Title 39 published on 2014-07-01

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