The Ninth Circuit dismissed the Anti-Terrorism Act suit against Twitter, this time without the help of the CDA.
David Kimball-Stanley is a third-year student at Harvard Law School. Prior to law school, he worked for five years in the New York City Council. He graduated from Trinity College with honors in Public Policy and Law in 2009.
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The Supreme Court is considering a cert petition on the constitutional implications of 3-D printed guns.
A summary of the October 17, 2017 Maryland District Court preliminary injunction of Trump’s latest travel ban, Presidential Proclamation 9645.
On Friday, a three-judge panel in the D.C. Court of Appeals rejected a request to release recordings of military personnel in Guantanamo Bay force-feeding a detainee who was on a hunger strike.
On Monday, the New York Police Department agreed to a revised class action settlement that it hopes will put to rest litigation surrounding the Department’s surveillance of Muslims.
In September, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals grappled for the first time with the question of how firearm regulatory rules apply to 3D printed guns.
On October 28th, a federal judge in New York rejected a proposed settlement to the ongoing litigation concerning the New York City Police Department’s surveillance of Muslim communities in and around the city. This post examines the case and the NYPD Inspector General's role in it.