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Courts provide guidance on FOIA attorney’s fee provision and creation of records

  • Franczek Radelet PC
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  • USA
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  • March 24 2014

In two recent cases, Illinois courts provided guidance on when a party is a "prevailing party" under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA

Spoliation of social media evidence

  • Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
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  • USA
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  • February 27 2014

As websites like Facebook and Twitter grow in usage, litigators increasingly seek discovery of content from social media, as allowed by statutes and

Practical tips for managing e-discovery

  • Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello PC
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  • USA
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  • July 29 2013

As companies attempt to rein in legal fees, may are considering tackling more e-discovery tasks in-house, and corporate counsel are finding they need

E-filing: moving states into the twenty-first century

  • Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC
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  • USA
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  • April 26 2013

In May 2012, the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts announced that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit had begun to accept

Divided Sixth Circuit okays cell phone GPS search

  • Wiley Rein LLP
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  • USA
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  • September 13 2012

Whether the government may freely track individuals using GPS devices, unconstrained by Fourth Amendment search rules, is among the current privacy issues where there seems to be a lack of consensus among federal judges

Warrantless tracking of cell GPS upheld

  • Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP
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  • USA
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  • August 17 2012

No warrant was required to track a drug dealer's GPS locations from cell phones since the defendant “did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the data emanating from his cell phone that showed its location.”

Sixth Circuit finds no reasonable expectation of privacy in data emanating from cell phone

  • Squire Sanders
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  • USA
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  • August 16 2012

In an interesting criminal case, United States v. Skinner (09-6497), the Sixth Circuit rejected a Fourth Amendment challenge by a convicted drug runner based on the government’s tracking of location data from his cell phone

Tension between Wisconsin constitution and statute support qualified immunity finding

  • Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
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  • USA
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  • February 16 2012

Jesus Gonzalez, a Wisconsin gun rights activist, openly carried a handgun into retail stores near Milwaukee on two occasions in 2008 and 2009

U.S. Supreme Court unanimously rule that GPS installation and tracking of a vehicle constitutes a search, but the justices disagree on rationale - are lines being drawn on privacy rights and new technology?

  • Proskauer Rose LLP
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  • USA
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  • January 23 2012

In a narrowly-drawn majority opinion, the United States Supreme Court ruled in United States v. Antoine Jones that the Government’s attachment of a GPS-tracking device to a vehicle, and the subsequent monitoring of the movements of that vehicle on public streets, constitutes a search

Ninth Circuit: ECPA protects stored communications of foreign citizens

  • Proskauer Rose LLP
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  • USA
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  • October 17 2011

Suzlon Energy Ltd. demanded Microsoft to produce emails from the Hotmail email account of Rajagopalan Sridhar, an Indian citizen imprisoned abroad