The parties are directed to resubmit their proposed protective order in accordance with Individual Rule 4(C), which requires parties to submit any proposed protective order as an attachment to a cover letter in accordance with Individual Rule 1(A), and, furthermore, to include a blackline that shows all deviations as a separate exhibit if the proposed protective order deviates from the Courts Model Protective Order.
The court is directing the parties to follow the court rules carefully. Each party must attach the revised draft protective order with a compare version highlighting all changes and edits. This is the kind of plain-vanilla order that litigators are trained to comply with. Other strategic and tactical issues are likely to pop up along the way. To improve your chances of winning consider engaging the best lawyer you can afford to advocate on your behalf.
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It sounds like the protective orders that were submitted fail to comply with the referenced individual rules and the parties need to submit new orders attached to a cover letter that do comply with the individual rules. I suggest the parties obtain a copy of said rules and model protective order and make sure they submit new orders attached to a cover letter that do comply with those rules in full.
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