Trump defeats $4 million defamation suit over tweets

Jan 20, 2017 By: Melissa Sachs

A political strategist may not sue President-elect Donald Trump for defamation based on his tweets that claimed she had turned hostile after

Lawyers seek more tech training, ABA survey finds

Jan 10, 2017 By: Melissa Sachs

Lawyers at firms of all sizes want live training classes on technology, but this kind of instruction is often scarce at smaller

Lawyers weigh in on design patent defeat in Apple/Samsung smartphone case

Dec 7, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the Federal Circuit’s interpretation of the Patent Act for design patent infringement awards, leaving up in

Election agency’s IT security report exempt from FOIA, judge says

Dec 5, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

The Federal Election Commission has defeated a lawsuit filed by a reporter and investigative journalism organization the Center for Public Integrity seeking disclosure of a study assessing vulnerabilities in the agency’s IT systems.

FOIA suit against FBI seeks Black Lives Matter surveillance

Oct 25, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

Two nonprofit groups have sued the U.S. government in New York federal court, seeking public records about the monitoring and surveillance of public protests concerning Black Lives Matter, racial inequalities, police violence and criminal justice.

Lawyer’s PRISM surveillance suit pushes forward

Oct 18, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

The government must continue to face an attorney’s lawsuit saying its PRISM program unlawfully captures and intercepts substantially all emails American citizens

Trump defeats $84 million defamation suit over domain dispute

Sep 15, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

Donald J. Trump, The Trump Organization and two associates have dodged a New York federal lawsuit seeking $84 million that alleged the presidential hopeful was responsible for defaming the owner of the domain trumpestates.com by calling him a cybersquatter.

Judge tosses hacking suit over #NeverTrump tweet

Jul 29, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

The Colorado Republican Committee cannot bring a civil suit under a federal computer hacking law against an anonymous defendant who allegedly accessed the group’s Twitter account and posted an unauthorized tweet, a federal judge in Colorado has ruled.

FAA can enforce queries into viral ‘weaponized’ drone videos

Jul 25, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

The FAA has a legitimate purpose to investigate the videos Austin Haughwout allegedly posted to YouTube, U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer of the District of Connecticut said.

Standing should not stop data breach suit, civil liberties group says

May 20, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

Consumers whose personal information was accessed in a cyberattack should not have to show someone stole their identities or ruined their credit

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