In other news, the bunker issued an interesting opinion on the production of trade secrets.
Here's a summary: "next time, add some findings."
We therefore grant Cooper’s petition for writ of certiorari and quash the order below. On remand, the trial court is instructed to first make a determination as to what documents in question, if any, are trade secret. As to those that are, the trial court is to then make a determination of reasonable necessity and, if it so finds, it is to supply the findings in support of its determination.
Then it is to reduce those findings to a written order, have that order provided to each party in the case, and then wait for someone to appeal it, whereupon you will receive further instructions. Don't make me have to explain this again.