Re-Filing of Provisionally Sealed Documents Consistent with Court Order

    When a motion to seal is not granted in its entirety, you must re-file the provisionally sealed filing consistent with the Court’s order, including both sealed and public re-filings, as applicable, within three days of the date of the order.  You may omit from the re-filing documents or portions of documents as to which sealing was denied, but omitted documents will not be considered by the Court.

Sealed Re-Filing

    If the motion to seal was denied in part, use the “Notice of Court Ordered Sealed Filing” event to re-file under seal (not provisionally) the documents approved for sealing.  You must link this entry to the order on the motion to seal and to the original provisionally sealed filing.  This event is permanently sealed without further action of the parties or the Clerk’s Office.  

Public Re-Filing

    Use the “Notice of Public Filing Consistent with Order on Motion for Leave to File Under Seal” event to publicly file the document(s) or portion(s) of documents that originally were filed provisionally under seal that the Court did not allow to be sealed (except for any document(s) or portion(s) of documents that you choose to omit because the Court denied sealing).  Use this event to file both entire documents and redacted documents, as appropriate.  

    You must link this entry to the order on the motion to seal and to the original provisionally sealed filing.