By , In ordering the first-ever release by a full federal district court of a year's worth of secret government surveillance requests, U.S. District Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell of Washington this week added to a decades-long career spent charting ... Washington Post, 3 weeks ago
U.S. judge lists one year's government electronic surveillance requests in D.C. - Albuquerque Journal, 4 weeks ago
Secret Government Electronic Surveillance Documents Must Be Released, Judge Says - VICE News, 1 month ago
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By , A federal judge released a list Wednesday of all sealed requests made in Washington in 2012 for a rapidly growing form of government electronic surveillance, a step toward bringing more public scrutiny to secret law enforcement activities. ...Washington Post, 4 weeks ago Judge gives State until after election to release some Clinton docs The Hill, 1 month ago
Sept. 14--A federal judge last week dismissed one of the biggest legal challenges against the North Fork Rancheria's proposed casino, leaving the tribe ready to begin development on its 200-room hotel and gaming resort just north of the City of ...Hotel Online, 1 month ago 11 years later, tribe's casino plan leaps a key hurdle to reality Miami Herald, 1 month ago
The Bar Association of the District of Columbia is hosting a Judicial Reception on Wednesday, October 19. Hosted by Judge Emmet Sullivan, U.S. District for the District of Columbia, and BADC President Erin M. Duston, the event will honor ...District of Columbia Bar, 2 days ago
By WASHINGTON (CN) — A federal judge ruled that a Hispanic-American shepherd has standing to challenge the Department of Labor's wage regulations for foreign agricultural workers with temporary visas. The original lawsuit, filed by a group ...Courthouse News Service, 1 month ago
The County of Madera has an unemployment rate of 9.7%. For years a tribe has been trying to create a destination spa/resort/casino that would create hundreds of well paying jobs, new government revenues without a tax increase and amenities for the ...California Political Review, 1 month ago
By WASHINGTON (CN) — A federal judge refused to shed light Thursday on whether authorities looked at a D.C. businessman's sex life while investigating his role in the shadow campaign of former D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray. The ruling by U.S.Courthouse News Service, 2 months ago
A number of significant international arbitrations, particularly involving claims by investors against sovereign states, are venued in Washington, D.C. A September 30, 2016, decision by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia provides ...JD Supra, 1 week ago
Photo: Web October 7, 2016 From the dragonfly-shaped drone to the lithium-ion battery, CIA technology had once been storied and cutting-edge, but one former officer keeps suing to pull his old employer's dusty Freedom of Information Act policies ...Carib Flame, 1 week ago Former CIA Employee Sues Agency to Release Documents Electronically AllGov, 2 weeks ago
By WASHINGTON (CN) — In a $50 billion case rife with political implications, a federal judge stayed Yukos Oil shareholders' efforts to collect the enormous award against Russia, which dismantled the oil giant, allegedly as retaliation against ...Courthouse News Service, 2 weeks ago $50B Claim Against Russia Waits on Hague Courthouse News Service, 2 weeks ago
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