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Post-Spokeo Decisions Rejecting "No Injury" Lawsuits
J. Todd Kennard,Brandy Hutton Ranjan,John A. Vogt, August 3, 2016
Multiple recent decisions have applied the U.S. Supreme Court's injury-in-fact analysis from Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, 136 S. Ct. 1540 (2016), to dispose of claims based on lack of standing. In Spokeo, plaintiff Robins alleged that Spokeo, which operates a web service that compiles general background...
Second Circuit Limits Territorial Reach of U.S. Government to Domestically Stored Data
Theodore T. (Ted) Chung,Daniel J. (Dan) McLoon,Mauricio F. Paez,Gregory P. Silberman,John A. Vogt, August 3, 2016
In a highly anticipated decision, the Second Circuit ruled on July 14, 2016, that the United States cannot compel Microsoft Corp. ("Microsoft") to disclose certain customer emails stored in Ireland because Congress did not intend the warrant provisions of the Stored Communications Act...
Supreme Court Rejects Lawsuits by Plaintiffs Who Cannot Show "Real" Injury
Darren K. Cottriel,Meir Feder,Daniel J. (Dan) McLoon,Brian J. Murray,John A. Vogt, June 16, 2016
On May 16, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Spokeo Inc. v. Robins, No. 13-1339, a closely watched case addressing whether federal lawsuits can be filed by plaintiffs who have suffered no concrete injury aside from the violation of a federal statute. The case is of particular interest to...
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