Under NY False Claims Act, "qui tam" cases often proceed under the caption Anon. v. Anon. and under seal. However, applicable rules require the Supreme Court to order the sealing: unlike the Federal system, the pleadings are not sealed automatically.
This is a form of order acceptable in NY County. Please also see the supporting affidavit.
Note the application for the sealing order is on application, not on motion though effected through the "ex parte" clerk's office in NY County at 300 Center Street.
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Reference Info:Decision | State, 2nd Circuit, New York | United States
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