In Nunez v. Pachman, the Appellate Division recently discussed the section of the Expungement Statute which prohibits the disclosure of any information relative to the records, proceedings or any other related documents once an event is expunged.  In Nunez v. Pachman, the Appellate Division explained that the litigation privilege will not permit the disclosure of any expunged arrest or proceeding.  Moreover, the Court hinted that a private party may potentially possess a cause of action for damages should a disclosure cause harm to this party.  This reaffirms the section of the Expungement Statute which prohibits the disclosure of any expunged records once an expungement is granted.