August 15, 2014
by Jason Kellam
JURIST Guest Columnist Ben Weinberger of Phoenix discusses the international protection of data in the cloud... In a recent proceeding before the US Court, Microsoft was ordered to turn-over email belonging to a user of its hosted mail service.That email belonged to a user outside the US. The ...[read more]
April 21, 2014
by Jaclyn Belczyk
The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday in two cases. In Republic of Argentina v. NML Capital Ltd. the court heard arguments on whether a hedge fund could subpoena banks for information about Argentina's non-US assets following the country's default on $100 billion in sovereign debt in ...[read more]
April 18, 2014
by Dominic Yobbi
The International Criminal Court on Thursday granted the prosecution's request to subpoena eight Kenyan witnesses in the trial of Kenyan Vice President William Ruto. The witnesses are no longer cooperating and are not willing to testify against Ruto, which caused the court to urge the government ...[read more]
January 29, 2014
by Theresa Donovan
Ratko Mladic, former leader of the Bosnian Serb army during the Bosnian civil war, refused to testify on Tuesday at the trial of Radovan Karadzic, which is ongoing at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). The ICTY had granted Karadzic's motion in December to ...[read more]
January 12, 2014
by Elizabeth LaForgia
The US Supreme Court agreed Friday to rule on seven cases. In Republic of Argentina v. NML Capital, the court will consider whether a hedge fund could subpoena banks for information about Argentina's non-U.S. assets following the country's default on $100 billion in sovereign debt in 2002. The ...[read more]
January 5, 2014
by Amy Mathieu
The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled on Friday that the executive branch may continue to withhold a Department of Justice (DOJ) memo that established the legal basis for telephone companies to give customers' calling records to the government without a subpoena or ...[read more]
December 12, 2013
by Amy Mathieu
The UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on Wednesday granted a motion by Radovan Karadzic to subpoena Ratko Mladic, former leader of the Bosnian Serb army during the Bosnian civil war, to testify at his trial where he has been charged with genocide, crimes against ...[read more]
November 12, 2013
by Elizabeth LaForgia
A federal judge on Monday recommended that e-mails and other data collected by a large due-diligence firm for Wall Street banks should be turned over to the Department of Justice (DOJ), a move that may determine which banks the government will bring to court for their part in the 2008 financial ...[read more]
October 1, 2013
by Laura Klein Mullen
A judge for the US District Court for the District of Columbia on Tuesday rejected a request by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to dismiss a suit over subpoenaed documents relating to Operation Fast and Furious. The lawsuit, filed in August 2012 by the House Oversight and Government Reform ...[read more]
September 16, 2013
by Dan DeRight
JURIST Guest Columnist Sandra Davidson, of the University of Missouri School of Law, says that by failing to provide shield protection at the Federal level, the US risks both a chilling effect on investigative journalism and an increased potential for the uncontrolled release of information ...[read more]

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