Public health practice relies on access to information. Givelber and Robbins discuss the debate about "court-sponsored" secrecy: Whether or not courts should tolerate, edorse, or protect secrecy when the sequestered information might help protect the public health.
Daniel J. Givelber & Anthony Robbins,
Public Health Versus Court-Sponsored Secrecy,
69 Law and Contemporary Problems
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol69/iss3/7