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Wife’s Fitbit Leads to Murder Arrest for the Husband: eDiscovery Trends

by CloudNine on

At both the Master’s Conference session that I moderated in San Francisco on Tuesday and the webcast that I conducted yesterday, the topic of discovery from IoT (Internet of Things) devices came up. This story illustrates...more

New Jersey Policy = Do Not Let ICE In

As a result of the increased enforcement of immigration laws, ICE agents have taken to showing up at courthouses in areas with large immigrant communities...more

The Circuit Raises A Glass To A Broad Construction Of Law Enforcement’s Authority Under The Fourth Amendment

Yesterday the Second Circuit issued a decision in United States v. Diaz, No. 15-3776 (Walker, Sack, Chin). In an opinion by Judge Sack, the Court addressed two questions under the Fourth Amendment: when does a police...more

Gigs Save the Day: Ride Sharing Companies Help Shine Light on HumanTrafficking

by Fisher Phillips on

Recently, the on-demand economy has made the news for the best reason possible: saving victims of human trafficking. In December 2016, an Uber driver in California alerted police after becoming concerned that his recent...more

Red Notice Newsletter - March 2017

Anticorruption Developments - SEC Chairman Nominee Jay Clayton Receives Confirmation Hearing - On March 23, 2017, SEC Chairman Nominee Jay Clayton testified before the Senate Banking Committee at his confirmation...more

DHS Releases Memos on Immigration

by Cozen O'Connor on

On February 20, 2017, Secretary John Kelly of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), issued two immigration memos entitled, “Implementing the President’s Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements...more

Increased Enforcement Highlights The Need For Employers To Have Immigration Compliance Programs

by Butler Snow LLP on

This past weekend the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) launched raids in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, New York, North Carolina, and South Carolina arresting hundreds of undocumented immigrants. While...more

Drone Operator Arrested in California for Operation Near Helicopter Rescue

On January 27, 2017, police in Pacifica, California arrested a drone operator for allegedly flying a drone near the scene of a helicopter rescue, which effectively delayed the rescue operation. Police and fire rescue...more

Police Arrest Videos Not Considered Confidential

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

The California Supreme Court recently denied considering an appellate court ruling from a case in Eureka that police arrest videos cannot be considered confidential officer personnel records and therefore kept from public...more

California Enacts New Employment Laws for 2017

California Governor Jerry Brown concluded the 2016 Legislative Session by signing several bills affecting employment relationships. Listed below are those bills that perhaps most critically impact your daily operations. ...more

Considerations for Travel to Iran to Explore Relaxed Trade Opportunities

by Morgan Lewis on

Before booking your airfare, be mindful of these potential issues. In light of liberalized trade with Iran made possible by the Office of Foreign Assets Control’s (OFAC’s) General License H and the relaxation of US...more

California Appellate Court Holds Police Video of Arrest Not Protected Under Pitchess

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

Only a Record Generated as Part of an Internal Investigation is Protected by Pitchess - The California Court of Appeal has ruled in City of Eureka v. Superior Court (Greenson) that a police “dash cam” video of an...more

Utah v. Strieff

EVIDENCE OBTAINED FROM AN UNLAWFUL DETENTION IS ADMISSIBLE IF A VALID ARREST WARRANT IS SUBSEQUENTLY DISCOVERED - Narcotics detective Douglas Fackrell conducted surveillance on a South Salt Lake City residence based on...more

Social Links: Social’s potential to upend the investment industry; online ad fraud; a proposal to fix Twitter

Social media has upended a number of industries. Is Wall Street next? Facebook is getting into the video game live-streaming business....more

The Seventh Circuit Empowers Litigants to Revisit Class Definitions

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Class actions, and Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, have long been rife with controversy. It’s safe to assume that the Seventh Circuit’s decision last week in Fonder v. Sheriff of Kankakee Cnty., No. 15-2905...more

What To Do When One of Your Employees Is Arrested

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

It’s a question more employers find themselves asking: “What should I do if one of my employees gets arrested?” Originally published in The HR Specialist - March 2016 issue....more

Court in Bloody Sunday case applies “necessity” threshold for lawful arrest

by WilmerHale on

In B, N, O, Q, R, U, V (Former Soldiers) v The Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland [2015] EWHC 3691 (Admin), Lord Thomas provided helpful clarification on the court’s interpretation of legislation...more

U.S. Supreme Court Decision Might Foreshadow Expansion of the Qualified Immunity Defense in Excessive Force Cases

by Wilson Elser on

The past several years have seen a slew of high-profile excessive force cases, often highlighted by cell phone or dash-cam video. These cases have placed increasing pressure on local police departments, which continue to...more

Africa Update - September 2015 #5

Leading the News - Burkina Faso: On September 25th, the United Nations (U.N.) Security Council issued a statement welcoming the reinstatement of President Michel Kafando and the transitional authorities of Burkina...more

Parents Arrested for Unsupervised Children: The Rest of the Story

by Taylor English Duma LLP on

I am always outraged by the stories of parents arrested for allowing their children to play in ways that earlier generations considered routine. But a recent court decision reminded me that the story is not always as clear as...more

Guatemalan President Resigns

by Reed Smith on

As of yesterday, Alejandro Maldonado Aguirre is the new president of Guatemala, following the abrupt resignation of Otto Perez Molina. Mr. Perez Molina now faces an arrest warrant on charges of corruption for conspiring with...more

BB&K Police Bulletin: Arresting Armed, Mentally Ill Suspects

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

Officers May Have Immunity from Liability, Supreme Court Says - Overview: The United States Supreme Court found that two police officers were immune from liability under 42 U.S.C. section 1983 even if the officers failed...more

A Moment of Simple Justice - Felony Everything

by Mimesis Law on

Mar. 3, 2015 (Mimesis Law) -- NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton argues that resisting arrest should be upgraded from a misdemeanor to a felony offense. Scott thinks that a bad idea....more

U.S. Supreme Court: Warrant Generally Required to Search Information on a Cell Phone, Even Incident to Arrest

by Carlton Fields on

The United States Supreme Court has ruled that police officers must generally secure a warrant before searching through the contents of a cell phone of a person they arrest. This decision will have important implications for...more

Hot Employment Topics For 2014 Part V: Use Of Arrests And Convictions In The Employment Process

by Jackson Walker on

This is the fifth of a seven-part series describing "Hot Employment Topics for 2014." Part V focuses upon "Use of Arrests and Convictions in the Employment Process." One hot topic in 2014 will be the issue of employer...more

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