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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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Declaration of Darrell M. Joseph

privacy interests were not outweighed by any public interest in disclosure. Disclosure of names and identifying information and data relating to third parties would not shed light on how the government performs its statutory duties. When the documents at issue were reviewed for purposes of preparing this declaration, the passage of time and any effect on third-party privacy interests were considered. It was determined that the privacy interests are as strong -- if not stronger -- now than when the records were created. To reveal names and other personal identifying information in the context of these records could reasonably be expected to cause embarrassment, potential harassment and emotional anguish.

16.       Exemption (b)(7)(C) was asserted to withhold the names and identifying information of third parties (Foster family and non-family members) who were not the subject of investigation in Document Nos. 2400C; 2400D; 2401A; 2401B; 2415C; 2415D. The names and identifying information were withheld to protect the relevant individuals from unnecessary harassment, nuisance and emotional and mental anguish. The identification of these individuals, particularly in connection with Mr. Foster's death, could cause them embarrassment, humiliation or unwarranted public attention. Disclosure of this information would, thus, result in an unwarranted invasion of those individuals' personal privacy.

17.       Exemption (b)(7)(C) was also asserted to withhold nine 

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