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FOUNTAINHEAD GROUP v. CONSUMER PROD. SAFETY COMMN.

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK


October 19, 1982

The FOUNTAINHEAD GROUP, INC., Marimar Manufacturing Company, Inc., D.B. Smith & Company, Inc., and Blue Mountain Products, Inc., Plaintiffs,
v.
CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION, Nancy Harvey Steorts, as Chairman of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Stuart M. Statler, R. David Pittle, Edith B. Sloan, Sam Zagoria, as Commissioners of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and Todd A. Stevenson, as Freedom of Information Officer of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Defendants

Munson, Chief Judge.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: MUNSON

ORDER

MUNSON, Chief Judge.

 The parties, having applied for an order vacating the Memorandum-Decision and Order of this Court filed December 7, 1981, as clarified by the Order filed March 26, 1982, and substituting in its place an order consistent with the terms of a Stipulation entered into by Counsel to the respective parties, and the Court having read the Stipulation of the parties dated September 28, 1982,

 NOW, THEREFORE, it is hereby

 ORDERED, that the Memorandum-Decision and Order of this Court filed December 7, 1981, as clarified by the Order filed March 26, 1982, is vacated, 527 F. Supp. 294; and it is further

 ORDERED, that in accordance with the Stipulation of the parties, defendants are hereby permanently enjoined from disclosing to any person, corporation, or other entity, any documents, material or information relating, directly or indirectly, to (a) the thickness of the bottom dimensions of the garden sprayers manufactured or privately labeled by plaintiffs, and (b) any customer complaints in the possession of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, until such time as the Commission has established final rules and regulations after an opportunity for public review and comment, setting forth procedures to be used and standards to be followed by the Commission in fulfilling its obligations under Section 6(b) of the Consumer Product Safety Act (15 U.S.C. ยง 2055(b)) and until the Commission has rendered a determination whether to release the documents and information relating to plaintiffs in accordance with the final rules and regulations.

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