U.S. District Judge Raymond J. Dearie's case management plan comes after a preconference hearing with the Justice Department and former President Trump's counsel to discuss proposals was held on Sept. 20.
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The provisions of Cannons order that were stricken include Paragraph 6, which requires the Special Master to submit interim reports and recommendations to the court throughout their review, as well as Paragraph 5(b)(i)(bb), which requires that classified documents under review be made available to Trump’s counsel for inspection under supervision of the special master.
The report found that proactive detection technologies and Meta's legal obligations contributed, in part, to Meta's asymmetrical treatment of content during the conflict to the detriment of Palestinian
The Justice Department's reply relates to its motion for partial stay pending appeal in the Eleventh Circuit.
Former President Donald Trump filed his response to the Justice Department's motion for partial stay pending appeal in the Eleventh Circuit.
Biden Administration Executive Order Outlines National Security Priorities For Committee on Foreign Investment
The Executive Order highlights five areas of attention the Biden administration identified as being risks for national security that the Committee on Foreign Investment should consider.
U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon released the decisions in two orders on Thursday evening.
The Justice Department argued that the order would “cause the most immediate and serious harm to the government and the public.”
Former president Donald Trump mostly prevailed in his Aug. 22 request that a special master be appointed "to protect the integrity of privileged documents" pursuant to Rule 53(b)(1) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, in spite of the Justice Department's argument that such a master is not warranted in this case.
The 800-page report collates the views and practices of the United States in public and private international law from the past year.