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DOJ Curbs Abuse of “Gag Orders” for Subpoenas to Electronic Service Providers - Lexology
In 2016, Microsoft filed suit against the DOJ for declaratory relief, seeking a ruling that Section 2705(b) is unconstitutional under the First and Fourth Amendments. Microsoft Corp. v. U.S. Dept. of Justice, Case No. 2:16-cv-00538-JLR (W.D. Wash.

CAIR: Muslim Community Organizations File 9th Circuit Amicus Brief Opposing Muslim Ban 3.0
SANTA CLARA, CA, 11/22/17) - This week, a group of organizations serving the Muslim community filed an amicus brief with the ... is joined in the brief by the Muslim Justice League and the Muslim Public Affairs Council. The brief, which was prepared.

PHH vs. CFPB: Cordray won't be around to see the outcome of the case - HousingWire
Shortly after President Donald Trump took office, the U.S. Department of Justice switched sides in the PHH case and filed an amicus brief , asking the court to rule the CFPB's leadership structure unconstitutional and grant Trump the authority to fire.

Google, Netflix Say DOJ Fuzzy On BMI Music Interest Sales - Law360
Law360, New York (November 20, 2017, 6:20 PM EST) -- Google, Netflix and several other media industry players asked the Second Circuit on Friday for permission to appear at oral arguments in the U.S. Department of Justice's dispute with Broadcast Music&nbsp.

State News: Sparsity Aid, Piping Plovers, Catfishing - Door County Pulse
“In their statement, the DOJ attempts to describe Jason as being a troubled young man that acted in a violent manner towards the deputy,” said the tribe in a press release. “The Bad River Tribal Council does not agree with this ... Lawrence University.

Chevron deference landmine lurks in new brief in SCOTUS whistleblower case - Reuters
The SEC and the Justice Department , which filed an amicus brief backing Somers (2017 WL 4676666), primarily argued that the justices should not import a cramped definition of a whistleblower from one section of Dodd-Frank to contradict the word's&nbsp.

FTC and Uber Align to Stop New Seattle Law for Ride-Hail Drivers - Law.com
The Federal Trade Commission is siding with Uber Technologies Inc. in a fight to block a Seattle law that would allow ride-hailing drivers to collectively bargain. In an amicus brief , the FTC and the U.S. Justice Department told the Ninth Circuit that.

The Harvard Affirmative Action Investigation - Dartmouth Review
This is in response to a “joint complaint filed by 64 Asian American associations” in May 2015 that alleged Asian-American students are being unfairly discriminated against in college admissions on the basis of their race. ... According to the Harvard.

Trump administration asks Supreme Court for time to speak on behalf of anti-gay discrimination - ThinkProgress
Trump Admin Asks to Argue on Behalf of Christian Baker Who Wouldn't Make Cake for Same-Sex Wedding Townhall.

Regulatory Wrap-Up: Taxes in the spotlight - Chain Store Age
Seattle, WA: The Federal Trade Commission and the Justice Department filed amicus briefs in support of Uber and Lyft in their ongoing litigation against the city ordinance that allows ride-share drivers to unionize. The federal government cites.

Microsoft to Drop Lawsuit After DOJ Gag Order Policy Change - eWeek
Microsoft Is Pulling 'Gag Order' Suit After DOJ Changes Policy MediaPost Communications.


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