Motions to Seal Should Themselves Generally Not Be Sealed

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So holds Judge Gregory H. Woods (S.D.N.Y.), I think correctly, in Zabolotsky v. Experian (decided Tuesday):

On December 4, 2020, Plaintiff emailed the Court requesting that this case be sealed. The email was not styled as a motion, but the Court construes the submission as a motion to seal because “[t]he submissions of a pro se litigant must be construed liberally and interpreted ‘to raise the strongest arguments that they suggest.'” Plaintiff also complained of a press article about her case that she asserts is misleading and improperly paints her as having mental health issues.

On December 9, 2020, the

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