A New York judge has ordered that court records in connection with a $2.5 billion lawsuit over the financing of a Hispanic TV network should be made public.

Noting that he did not have the authority to apply the more liberal sealing standard used by the federal courts, Supreme Court Justice Herman Cahn rejected a lender’s bid to keep sealed an amended complaint and other documents designated “confidential,” even though the company had prevailed in an earlier effort to dismiss the action.

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