Foreigners: When You File in U.S. Courts, You Should Expect U.S. Rules of Public Access to Your Filings

"Plaintiff states that he was not aware that his complaint would be made public, and he suggests that, under Korean law, the personal information of litigants is not made public." But "[w]hether or not he intended to do so, by initiating this action in a United States District Court, Plaintiff has made his name a matter of public record."

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