“To Say That the Court Finds the Motion Puzzling Is to Do a Disservice to Puzzles Everywhere”
From Judge Joshua Wolson (E.D. Pa.) in Neebe v. Ravin Crossbows, LLC:
Plaintiff’s counsel wants the Court to place under seal a full-page newspaper advertisement paying tribute to a recently-deceased partner, which Plaintiff’s counsel purchased.
To say that the Court finds the Motion puzzling is to do a disservice to puzzles everywhere. The Third Circuit has held that Courts should only place public records under seal if an interest in secrecy outweighs the presumption of public access to those records. That requires a movant to show that the material is
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