CJ Griffin, Chair of Pashman Stein Walder Hayden's Media Law Group, was quoted by NorthJersey.com in the article, "New Jersey Supreme Court: Release bidder names in disputed memorabilia auction." The article reports on the recent Supreme Court decision to release the list of bidders who participated in a sports memorabilia auction.
“Today’s decision is important not only because the requester will be able to learn about who purchased government property, but also because the Supreme Court made it abundantly clear that OPRA’s privacy provision should be applied only in the unique cases where there is truly a legitimate privacy interest at stake,” C.J. Griffin, an attorney who argued before the court on behalf of Libertarians for Transparent Government, said in a prepared statement.
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