A New York state court approved a stipulation entered into among the parties in a reinsurance dispute which set forth the terms and conditions upon which the parties agreed produce and exchange confidential and/or proprietary documents and information. The agreement permitted the parties to designate documents and information as confidential and thereby restrict their use and dissemination outside the scope of the litigation. Granite State Insurance Co. v. R&Q Insurance Co., Index No. 654494/2013 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. Aug. 4, 2014).