Chavez v. Standard Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas denied an insured's motion to unseal an auto insurer's claims handling manual previously produced and filed under seal and subject to a protective order, finding that courts routinely protect trade secrets from public disclosure and such protection was not waived.
automobile liability insurance policy, claims handling manual, trade secret, documents filed under seal, waiver, public disclosure, judicial records
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