Pichler v. Unite, No. 08-2354
In plaintiffs' class action suit against the defendant-union for violating the Driver's Privacy Protection Act in obtaining their personal information in the union's efforts to unionize CINTAS, the largest domestic employer in the industrial laundry industry, district court's order denying a motion by the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation (NRTW)to modify a protective order that restricts access to certain records is affirmed as NRTW lack standing to request modification of the protective order because the records are not judicial records.
Read Pichler v. Unite, No. 08-2354
On Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
(Civ. No. 2-04-cv-02841)
District Judge: Honorable Stewart Dalzell
Opinion Filed November 13, 2009
Before: McKee and Stapleton, Circuit Judges, and Irenas, Senior District Judge
Opinion by McKee, Circuit Judge
Counsel for Appellant: William L. Messenger, William J. Young, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation
Counsel for Appellee: Lawrence T. Hoyle, Arlene Fickler, Hoyle Fickler Herschel & Mathes
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