Facing heat from the press, federal bankruptcy judge Roger Efremsky changed course Thursday regarding how confidential documents would be handled during a contentious trial.

On Wednesday, the judge ejected from his San Jose, Calif., courtroom two reporters, including one from The Recorder, after they refused to sign a non-disclosure agreement. With the NDAs, Efremsky wanted the reporters to promise not to write about anything they’d heard in the trial because one of the parties, Nvidia, feared trade secrets would be released.

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