C.R.D. 78-18; Court No. 77-9-03056.

462 F.Supp. 966 (1978)

SPRAGUE ELECTRIC COMPANY v. UNITED STATES (Capar Components Corp., Party-In-Interest).

United States Customs Court.

December 27, 1978.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Stewart & Ikenson, Washington, D. C. (Eugene L. Stewart and Frederick L. Ikenson, Washington, D. C., of counsel), for plaintiff.

Barbara Allen Babcock, Asst. Atty. Gen., Washington, D. C. (Joseph I. Liebman and William F. Atkin, Trial Attys., New York City), for defendant.

NEWMAN, Judge:

Defendant has again filed a motion for a protective order in this case respecting certain documents in the files of the International Trade Commission (ITC) sought by plaintiff, and in this connection defendant has now interposed a claim of executive privilege. That evidentiary privilege, which has been frequently encountered by the federal courts in various disputes arising out of discovery, has taken on a paramount significance in this Court in light...

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