Privacy Law

Trials & Litigation

Accuser’s court filing blasts Cosby’s ‘media blitz’

Criminal Justice

Two lawyers face charges for allegedly relying on illegal recordings in court cases

Attorney General

Justice Department inspector general says legal opinion will impair his watchdog role

Privacy Law

Cellphone user had no expectation of privacy in pocket-dialed call, 6th Circuit rules

Internet Law

Federal bill backed by Yelp would increase protections for online commenters

Trials & Litigation

How the New York Times obtained Bill Cosby’s deposition transcript without a court order or leak

Privacy Law

Firm challenges Seattle law requiring trash haulers to turn in composting scofflaws

Judiciary

Potential hack of federal judiciary’s information is treated as a disaster

Science & Technology Law

Do you have a right to neural privacy? Linking of animal brains raises issue

Privacy Law

Liars beware: Fitbit and other technology may expose you

Internet Law

Lawyer loses suit about blog posts, then sues Google over online comments they sparked

Internet Law

Lawyer can’t learn identity of anonymous Avvo critic absent defamation evidence, appeals court says

Privacy Law

Worker who claimed law firm released her private video of sex harassment loses appeal

Tort Law

Jury awards patient $500K due to doctor’s defamatory comments while he was sedated for colonoscopy

Internet Law

Blogging prosecutor wins dismissal of federal civil-rights claim in 9th Circuit appeal

Cybersecurity

Feds probe Cardinals officials for alleged hacking of Astros database

Legal Ethics

Lawyers disqualified from suit after claims they schemed with client to make secret sex video

ABA London Sessions

International laws complicate the hunt for data evidence

Trials & Litigation

Family of car crash victim had no right to know brain was removed during autopsy, court rules

Criminal Justice

Pre-med student whose sexual-assault charge was dismissed faces new case over photos of the incident