OBA Eye on Privacy Published

The OBA has published its privacy law section newsletter – Eye on Privacy.  I wrote a short article called “Recent Cases Illustrate the Polarity of Privacy Rules for Litigants.” It questions whether the policy of absolute openness regarding filed discovery transcripts conflicts with the policy underlying the deemed or implied undertaking rule by juxtaposing the recent Juman v. Doucette and Moore v. Bertuzzi cases. Here’s a link, but it might not be live for long because the OBA password protects archived editions of its newsletters.  Check it out now, and please consider becoming a member!

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