Motions to Seal & Protective Orders

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This article reviews Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 76a which governs motions to seal, sealing practice in federal court, and protective orders in state and federal court. It also provides a how-to guide for both motions to seal and protective ordrs, including draft forms for use in state and federal court.

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