Civil Practice – Protective Order – Anonymity

The plaintiff in a case against Rentgrow, Inc. claims violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) for providing a potential landlord with a tenant screening report containing information on a criminal arrest record that was set aside and sealed by an Oregon state court. Although the plaintiff seeks to bring the claim anonymously to avoid disclosure of his expunged criminal record, the court has ruled that he will only be permitted to redact sensitive information in pleadings filed in open court.


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