Litigation

A United States District Court granted summary judgment to the FBI in a FOIA action brought by the AP, USA Today, and Vice, seeking disclosure of the name of the vendor the FBI used to...

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Last year, the Supreme Court vacated the Ninth Circuit’s 2014 ruling that plaintiff Thomas Robins had Article III standing to bring his Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) action against background check company Spokeo, Inc. The...

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Video games have come a long way. While nostalgic gamers still have a soft spot for classic games like Asteroids, modern gamers value next-generation graphics and gameplay. The creators of NBA 2K responded to this...

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Thanks to the Internet, consumer reviews have grown both more ubiquitous and more influential in recent years. Likely in reaction to that trend, there have been a number of publicized examples of businesses attempting to...

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Can a person sue a company for a technical violation of a statutory right that does not cause actual concrete injury? This question has significant ramifications, as Article III’s standing requirements affect the viability of...

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Without mentioning, much less examining, the inconsistent outcomes and rationales of numerous other courts to have confronted the issue (see here here and here for our analysis of some of those decisions), the Sixth Circuit...

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