Another voice joined the chorus of appellate observations about perceived excesses involving sealed records in Le v. Exeter Fin. Corp.: “[E]ntrenched litigation practices harden over time, including overbroad sealing practices that shield judicial records from public view for unconvincing (or unarticulated) reasons. Such stipulated sealings are not uncommon. But they are often unjustified. With great respect, we urge litigants and our judicial colleagues to zealously guard the public’s right of access to judicial records their judicial records—so ‘that justice may not be done in a corner.’” No. 20-10377 (March 3, 2021).