In 1995, Elena Kagan paid former Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork a compliment.
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A proposed rule that will clarify HIPAA privacy and security changes is expected within the next few weeks, and could be announced as early as this Friday.Read More »
When the U.S. Supreme Court took up the case City of Ontario v. Quon, the legal world braced for the justices to rule on whether employees have a privacy interest in the messages they send on employer-issued mobile devices.Read More »
The recent amendments to federal class action law do not mandate heightened judicial scrutiny of a "coupon" settlement in a consumer fraud lawsuit, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has ruled.Read More »
Attorneys' fees awarded under the Equal Access to Justice Act can be reclaimed by the government to satisfy other outstanding debts, the U.S. Supreme Court held last week.Read More »
Experience tells us that people, including employees and job seekers, write things in e-mails that they would not otherwise put in writing. And social networking sites are no different. Apparently thinking that only their friends will see their posts, many ...Read More »
Imagine a federal agent reaching into your mouth and taking a swab of your DNA for a national data bank.Read More »