ESTATE OF DORIS RUBIN, Deceased (3168/2007) — At the call of the calendar, and for reasons more fully stated on the record, the court denied, in part, the motion of Polly Rubin to redact certain information submitted four years ago incident to the now-discontinued proceeding to declare certain artwork to be an asset of the estate. The proposed redactions included, in broad categories, personal financial information, inventories of artwork, insurance documents, and descriptions of jewelry, furniture and other personal property. Movant alleged that, if accessible as part of the public record, such information might attract "burglars, art counterfeiters, con men, and identity thieves."
January 07, 2013
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