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Allan Favish is a Los Angeles-based attorney whose focus is on General Insurance Defense and Litigation Insurance Coverage/Reinsurance & Bad Faith Litigation.  A UCLA graduate, he received his J.D. at Hastings College of Law in 1981.

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Reporter's Official Transcript of Summary Adjudication/Summary Judgment Motions

begin p. 5

1 And I'd love to hear an adequate explanation,

2 even from Mr. Starr. Were all these four people

3 mistaken and they really saw the grey car, and just

4 thought it was brown? Mr. Starr doesn't even make that

5 claim.

6 So I put forth everything I know on the

7 subjects that I wrote about, and I don't know that we're

8 going to reverse anything here, but I just highlighted

9 that one point. But I like the part about the color

10 photographs, and that's all I can tell you.

11 THE COURT: Well, I'll tell you something,

12 Mr. Favish: The law clerk and I, he came into my

13 chambers a couple of days ago, and he said, "You know,

14 I'm looking over this case," "the Favish case" I think

15 is the way he probably put it, and he said "I'd like to

16 talk with you about it for a while." I don't know how

17 long we sat there and talked about the case, and engaged

18 in what I'll call the balancing, which is actually the

19 essence of what drives the resolution in this case.

20 But it's clear to me in the first instance that

21 there most assuredly is a privacy interest, not just on

22 the part of a living person, but on the part of the

23 survivors. And depending upon the nature of the case

24 and what the subject is of the proposed FOIA discovery,

25 because that's all you're dealing with, the interests

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