In the coming months, a federal judge is expected to rule in a case brought by the biggest pharmaceutical and biotech companies attacking a Federal Trade Commission rule implemented late last year that will subject many more drug patent transfers to ... TheDeal.com, 1 month ago
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[embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] Posted on 23 March, 2014 by Rick Wells Things haven't gotten to the point yet that Americans are flooding our southern border in an attempt to flee the repression at home, so for now, the traffic is ...Free-i-News, 3 weeks ago
By RYAN ABBOTT WASHINGTON (CN) - A federal judge likened a 16-year dispute over a townhouse to "War and Peace" before dismissing the latest chapter in the saga. "This case has so many chapters it makes 'War and Peace' look like a short story," ...Courthouse News Service, 1 month ago
A federal appeals court ruled today that a legal action taken by an NBC employee against MSNBC's Ed Schultz over compensation from his television deal may proceed to a jury. Michael Queen sued Schultz in 2011, alleging fraud and breach of contract, ...Washington Post, 2 weeks ago
In This Issue: D.C. Circuit Court Upholds Fed's Debit Card Fee Cap, Antiexclusivity Rules D.C. Court Rejects Zip Code Consumer Protection Suit, Creates Split IRS Rules Virtual Currency Property and Key Treasury Official ...JD Supra, 3 weeks ago
CIA Tells FOIA Requester It Can Only Make PDFs By Printing Out Electronic Documents And Re-Scanning Them
from the no-tactic-is-too-stupid-when-it-comes-to-dodging-FOIAs dept The Freedom of Information Act was supposed to make the government more transparent and responsive to its employers: the American public. The Act has indeed provided a level of ...Techdirt, 1 month ago
Even when the Central Intelligence Agency possesses a releasable document in a softcopy format, the Agency typically refuses to release the softcopy version in response to Freedom of Information Act requests, and insists on providing a hardcopy ...FBIS, 1 month ago
U.S. Ordered to Disclose Border Fence Landowners By JAMIE ROSS WASHINGTON (CN) - A professor won her bid for government records revealing the names and addresses of landowners whose properties might be affected by Texas-Mexico border fence. ...Courthouse News Service, 1 month ago
By KEVIN LESSMILLER (CN) - An evidentiary hearing will be unavoidable if the CIA and a former employee can't resolve a dispute over whether the agency must provide electronic records in response to an FOIA request, a federal judge ruled. Jeffrey ...Courthouse News Service, 1 month ago
By RYAN ABBOTT WASHINGTON (CN) - A woman whose son police shot and killed may have a legal malpractice case against the lawyers who allegedly advised her to pass on a $3 million settlement, a federal judge ruled. The Thursday ruling says Prince ...Courthouse News Service, 1 month ago
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