Unnecessary Court Secrecy In Product Liability Litigation
Despite the presumption of open courts with public access that stems from the First Amendment and the common law, far too much civil litigation is taking place in secret. Unnecessary court secrecy is a threat to public health and safety, the fair and efficient administration of justice, and our democratic system of government. This problem is especially widespread and dangerous in product liability litigation.
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