in Federal Communications Commission v. Schreiber, supra, 381 U.S. at 293.
10. It is within the power of this Court to direct (1) that the original inspection of the documents produced be in camera and (2) that since Thomas C. Cochran, Jr., one of counsel of record, is also Secretary of Koppers, any protective order to be entered by petitioner's hearing examiner or by the petitioner shall provide that none of the documents produced in response to the subpoena shall be disclosed or made available to said Thomas C. Cochran, Jr.
11. The subpoena in question having been issued and served in accordance with law, the relief prayed for by the petitioner should be granted.
In accordance with the findings of fact and conclusions of law entered herein, it is by the Court this 2nd day of October, 1969,
Ordered, that respondent United States Pipe and Foundry Company be, and hereby is, commanded to appear by an authorized representative before Walter K. Bennett, Hearing Examiner of the Federal Trade Commission, or such other duly appointed examiner of the Commission, at Room 7314, 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C., within ten days from the date of this order, or at such later time as the Hearing Examiner shall designate, and then and there produce documentary evidence called for by the aforesaid Hearing Examiner's subpoena served on respondent on November 20, 1968, and as later modified by order of the Examiner of December 3, 1968; and
Ordered, that said Hearing Examiner shall conduct an exparte in camera examination of said documentary evidence for the purpose of excising any unnecessary portions thereof before disclosure is made to counsel for Koppers; and
Further ordered, that, in the event said hearing examiner or the Commission is requested by respondent U.S. Pipe to enter a protective order concerning the treatment to be accorded the documents produced in response to the subpoena, said protective order shall provide that none of said documents shall be disclosed or made available to Thomas C. Cochran, Jr., counsel of record and Secretary of Koppers Company.