Williams & Cochrane, LLP v. Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation et al

Filing 3

ORDER Denying 2 Ex Parte Motion to Seal Case and Complaint. Accordingly, to the extent that Plaintiff wishes to protect the confidential and privileged information contained within the complaint, it must redact those portions of the complaint (a nd those portions of the exhibits) and file the redacted version on the public docket. Simultaneously, it may file a motion to seal the unredacted version of the complaint and preliminarily lodge an unredacted version under seal. The unredacted ve rsion, in turn, will remain under seal until the Court has the opportunity to issue an order on Plaintiff's motion to seal. The clerk of court shall unseal the case, strike the complaint from the record, and file the motion to seal on the public docket. Signed by Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel on 8/17/2017. (lrf) (jao).

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