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Will Clients’ Confidential Information Stay Safe?

Connecticut Law Tribune

August 24, 2009

Authors: Patrick M. Fahey, Susan S. Murphy

Complex cases necessitate the exchange of information in discovery that the parties consider to be proprietary and confidential. The orderly progression of these cases therefore generally requires the entry of some form of protective order, which enables the parties to honor their discovery obligations without the risk of disclosing their confidential information to the public or even, in some instances, the opposing party. The Connecticut Supreme Court’s recent decision in Rosado v. Bridgeport Roman Catholic Diocean Corp., 292 Conn. 1 (2009), may upset this compromise.

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