The Legal Intelligencer has lost its bid to unseal the docket and court documents in a precedent-setting case brought by a woman who claims she was fired because she had an abortion, but lawyers for the paper say they are studying their options to renew the challenge.

The newspaper was not seeking to learn the name of the woman. The newspaper argued that the dockets should not be secret and that in general court documents should be open to the public.

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