The full Second Circuit will rehear a case in which a divided panel ruled that the Fourth Amendment was violated where investigators made copies of computer hard drives that contained files beyond the scope of a search warrant, held them for more than two-and-a-half years, and then used them to obtain another warrant.
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- Judges Criticize Prosecution, Defense in Reversing Verdict
- Dewey Defense: Accounting Adjustments Were Not Illegal
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- Note to Readers: The New York Law Journal will not be published Friday in observance of Independence Day. All state and federal courts are closed.
Read about the latest developments in the trial of former Dewey & LeBoeuf execs Steven Davis, Stephen DiCarmine and Joel Sanders, who are charged with accounting-related misconduct that contributed to the firm's 2012 demise.
Court Upholds Decision to Deny Disability Classification for Bullied Child With ADHD
United States of America, Plaintiffs-Appellees v. Apple, Inc., Simon & Schuster, Inc., Defendants, 13-3741-cv
Split Panel Affirms Apple Conspired to Fix Ebook Prices