It is off limits because of Turley’s representation of several former federal workers in a long-running toxic tort suit over conditions at a military installation near Groom Lake, Nev. — also known as Area 51.

The office was sealed at the request of the federal government, which also got a federal judge to conceal portions of the record in the nearly resolved case that returned to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday.

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