A protection order may cover more objects and be broader than the trade secret privilege under Section 90.506 of the Florida Statute. 35 35 Fla. Stat. § 90.506. A term limiting the use of confidential information to a single action is not inappropriate. Sanctions were imposed and maintained against lawyers who used financial information obtained under a confidentiality order in a subsequent unrelated seizure. 43 43 Roberts v. Bonati, 133 d.3d 1212 (fla. 2d DCA 2014). While it may seem strange to prevent a lawyer from using knowledge already present in his head from a legal action for the benefit of another client, this analysis does not take into account the fact that the knowledge was acquired in a limited number of circumstances, the interests present in the first litigation having been compensated. The same circumstances cannot be met in the subsequent dispute.