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Streaming Video of Oral Arguments: Now Live in California… and Then Everywhere Else?

Streaming Video of Oral Arguments: Now Live in California… and Then Everywhere Else?

DWT Media Law August 17, 2016 Comments Off on Streaming Video of Oral Arguments: Now Live in California… and Then Everywhere Else?

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Google Reading Your [Redacted]: A Front Row Seat at the High-Stakes Spying Case You’ve Never Heard of

Google Reading Your [Redacted]: A Front Row Seat at the High-Stakes Spying Case You’ve Never Heard of

DWT Media Law November 23, 2014 Comments Off on Google Reading Your [Redacted]: A Front Row Seat at the High-Stakes Spying Case You’ve Never Heard of

  By Thomas R. Burke and Jonathan L. Segal Back in February, in a San Jose courtroom, a bombshell was dropped that could have been erased from the public record. The revelation came in

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California Supreme Court Holds Names of Officers in Police Shootings Should Be Disclosed

California Supreme Court Holds Names of Officers in Police Shootings Should Be Disclosed

DWT Media Law June 26, 2014 Comments Off on California Supreme Court Holds Names of Officers in Police Shootings Should Be Disclosed

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Prior Restraint Battles in L.A.

Prior Restraint Battles in L.A.

DWT Media Law December 17, 2013 Comments Off on Prior Restraint Battles in L.A.

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Court Rules Pentagon Cannot Withhold Names of U.S. Army School of the Americas Graduates

Court Rules Pentagon Cannot Withhold Names of U.S. Army School of the Americas Graduates

DWT Media Law June 21, 2013 Comments Off on Court Rules Pentagon Cannot Withhold Names of U.S. Army School of the Americas Graduates

By Duffy Carolan and Jeff Glasser On April 22, 2013, the United States District Court, Northern District of California (Hon. Phyllis J. Hamilton) granted summary judgment against the Pentagon in an important Freedom of Information

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Court Lifts Injunction That for Over 30 Years Barred Release of Physician-Identifying Medicare Records

Court Lifts Injunction That for Over 30 Years Barred Release of Physician-Identifying Medicare Records

DWT Media Law June 20, 2013 Comments Off on Court Lifts Injunction That for Over 30 Years Barred Release of Physician-Identifying Medicare Records

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Media Companies Successfully Fight for Access to Information About Church Officials’ Role in Priest Sex Scandal

Media Companies Successfully Fight for Access to Information About Church Officials’ Role in Priest Sex Scandal

DWT Media Law April 12, 2013 Comments Off on Media Companies Successfully Fight for Access to Information About Church Officials’ Role in Priest Sex Scandal

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New Washington Supreme Court Opinion Makes Pre-Decisional Case Records Easier to Seal

New Washington Supreme Court Opinion Makes Pre-Decisional Case Records Easier to Seal

DWT Media Law March 15, 2013 Comments Off on New Washington Supreme Court Opinion Makes Pre-Decisional Case Records Easier to Seal

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California Centers for Developmentally Disabled Must Release Citation Records

California Centers for Developmentally Disabled Must Release Citation Records

DWT Media Law November 19, 2012 Comments Off on California Centers for Developmentally Disabled Must Release Citation Records

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Judge Rules California State Assembly Must Open Records

Judge Rules California State Assembly Must Open Records

DWT Media Law February 19, 2012 Comments Off on Judge Rules California State Assembly Must Open Records

By Jonathan Segal, Kelli Sager and Rochelle Wilcox In a resounding victory for public access to state government documents, a Sacramento judge has rejected efforts by the California State Assembly to keep secret records

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Bonds Juror Questionnaires to Be Made Public During Voir Dire; Juror Names to Be Withheld Until Trial End

Bonds Juror Questionnaires to Be Made Public During Voir Dire; Juror Names to Be Withheld Until Trial End

DWT Media Law June 13, 2011 Comments Off on Bonds Juror Questionnaires to Be Made Public During Voir Dire; Juror Names to Be Withheld Until Trial End

By Duffy Carolan, Thomas R. Burke, Kelli Sager, Jeff Glasser The United States District Court, Northern District of California (J., Illston) issued a 10-page ruling on March 14, 2011, granting the public and press

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Protecting Access to Information: An Interview with Duffy Carolan

Protecting Access to Information: An Interview with Duffy Carolan

DWT Media Law June 8, 2011 Comments Off on Protecting Access to Information: An Interview with Duffy Carolan

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