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9th Circuit Rules Google Cannot Claim Protection of Wiretap Act

9th Circuit Rules Google Cannot Claim Protection of Wiretap Act The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit held last week said that Google could have breached federal wiretap laws when it collected user data from unencrypted wireless networks through its “street-view” cars. The court rejected Google’s argument that…>read more

No Comment January 6, 2014

The Supreme Court Does Not Play Favorites!

The Supreme Court Does Not Play Favorites! While the First Amendment rights of all citizens are protected, the court had agreed to hear the appeal of “two Secret Service agents who had been accused of violating the First Amendment rights of anti-Bush protesters” way back in 2004.…>read more

No Comment December 9, 2013

Ninth Circuit Asks Board of Immigration Appeals to Review Russian Gay Asylum Seeker’s Case

Ninth Circuit Asks Board of Immigration Appeals to Review Russian Gay Asylum Seeker’s Case The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered a review of the case of a Russian gay asylum seeker and held the US Department of Justice’s Board of Immigration Appeals had erred in the matter. The court ruled that…>read more

No Comment November 29, 2013

Ninth Circuit Rules Lawsuit May Proceed Against Ordinance Restricting Group Homes

Ninth Circuit Rules Lawsuit May Proceed Against Ordinance Restricting Group Homes On Friday, a unanimous Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals revived lawsuits against a Newport Beach ordinance that restricts group homes meant for helping drug addicts recover. The Newport ordinance was taken as a model and followed in many other California…>read more

No Comment September 21, 2013

Ninth Circuit Slams Google Over Breach of Data Privacy

Ninth Circuit Slams Google Over Breach of Data Privacy Google lost a significant appeal in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday in a privacy lawsuit over data collected by its street-view cars. After enduring Google’s submissions in support of its actions that collecting data from neighborhood wireless…>read more

No Comment September 11, 2013

Customer Info Ruling for Louis Vuitton Reversed

Customer Info Ruling for Louis Vuitton Reversed In an unpublished opinion, a panel of three judges claimed that a federal court in California made a mistake when it was found that Louis Vuitton had not been able to prove that the company might be facing $5 million…>read more

No Comment December 16, 2011

Morning Roundup

Morning Roundup Good morning everyone! Today is Thursday, April 1, and here’s a look back at yesterday’s news… Bestattorneysonline.com announce the top ten environmental law firms in Alaska… The Entrepreneurs Law Group is formed in South Carolina to advise businesses and individuals……>read more

No Comment April 1, 2010

Morning Roundup

Morning Roundup Good Morning!  Today is Tuesday, February 9, and here’s your daily round up… A Senate report says that attorney-client accounts are being used to circumvent money laundering laws… King & Spalding picked up three litigators from Orrick… Winston & Strawn…>read more

No Comment February 9, 2010

California’s Proposition 8 Trial Will be Broadcast

California’s Proposition 8 Trial Will be Broadcast The 9th Circuit recently put in place new rules that give federal judges in the circuit the option of allowing trials to be broadcast. Judge Vaughn Walker announced today that he will allow the upcoming trial over the constitutionality of…>read more

No Comment January 6, 2010

Morning Roundup

Morning Roundup Good morning everyone! As we wind our way closer to Christmas, we’ll continue to bring you what news there is, but anticipate a bit of a slowdown. In the meantime, it is Monday, December 21, and here’s a look back…>read more

No Comment December 21, 2009

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Capital Markets Counsel 3 Attorney
USA-NC-Charlotte

Wells Fargo & Company, a diversified financial services company, is seeking an experienced capital markets Attorney to join its Law Department in its Charlotte, NC office. The individual selected...