FOIA Requests Under the Obama Administration: What Employers Need to Know


Among his first acts, newly sworn-in President Obama signed an Executive Order that represented a dramatic break with the Bush administration on the issue of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. Navigating the maze of FOIA requests made through the various federal administrative agencies can be challenging. On Day 1 of the Obama

administration, that challenge may have eased considerably. Ober|Kaler's Neil Duke explains why.

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