This will all be highly salacious, I expect, if Merck does not prevail in the reconsidered sealing motion. But we shall see -- and, bit from yesterday's order, here:
. . . .For the foregoing reasons, the sealing motion at ECF 475 is DENIED without prejudice. Merck may renew its motion to seal and serve Gilead so to provide Gilead an opportunity to submit additional declarations in support of the motion. Civil L.R. 79-5(e). The motion shall be renewed no later than 10 days from the filing of this order. If the motion is not renewed in time or if no declaration is submitted within four days of the filing of the renewed motion, Merck shall file the unredacted documents in the public record. Civil L.R. 79-5(e)(1), (2). . . .
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: November 30, 2016
/S/ BETH LABSON FREEMAN
United States District Judge
Case 5:13-cv-04057-BLF Document 484 Filed 11/30/16 Page 3 of 3. . .
Now you know. We will run silently -- for an indeterminate while, here -- but hopefully, as well -- for hope is the best of all things. . . [on an entirely unrelated topic, at nearly-Christmas-time 2016. . . smile.]