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Public has presumptive right to pricing information (access required)

Although two defendants in an alleged price fixing suit involving interior molded doors asked the court to reconsider its decision to not seal historic pricing information, it refused to do so. The public has a presumptive right of access to pleadings and the information will be helpful to putative class members in assessing a proposed ...