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FN1 Both New York statutory and common law create a presumption that civil case records and proceedings are open to the public. See Judiciary Law � 4 (sittings of the courts are to be public); Nixon v Warner Communications, Inc., 435 US 589 (1978) (There is a common-law right to inspect and copy public records and documents, including judicial records).

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