Motion to Seal/Shield
Courts are increasingly sensitive and responsive to the need to protect sensitive information from public inspection, including information regarding parties’ financial accounts or sensitive information related to abuse, mental health, or children. Some of these protections are now provided as a matter of course in some jurisdictions, and parties may file motions requesting that information be protected where it is not automatic. Protection of sensitive information may also be obtained via confidentiality agreements or non-disclosure agreements, including with a party’s employer or other third parties.
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