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Sixth Circuit Overrules 20-Year-Old Precedent: Federal Booking Photos Largely Exempt Under FOIA

"Open government is too dear a cost to pay for the mirage of privacy that the majority has to offer." - Circuit Judge Danny J. Boggs, dissenting. Two.. Read More

If You Practice in the Sixth Circuit, then It's Time to Reassess Your Standard Protective Order

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit just issued an opinion that should have all litigators who practice in its courts revisiting their.. Read More

The Sixth Circuit Strikes Down a 42-Year Old Ohio Law Banning Campaign Lies

On February 24, a three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit unanimously struck down Ohio's political false-statements laws as unconstitutional for.. Read More

When Can Volunteers be Considered Employees? Sixth Circuit Clarifies

After the Sixth Circuit held that a Plaintiff need not make a threshold showing that they were compensated to make a prima facie showing that he is.. Read More
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