Jun 302015
 June 30, 2015  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Orin Kerr writes:

The Second Circuit has granted rehearing in the full case of United States v. Ganias, the blockbuster case from last year on access to overseized files. I blogged about Ganias here and here when it came down, and I have been finishing up an article draft — which I was planning to post on SSRN later in the week — that focuses extensively on how courts should interpret and build on Ganias. Time to rewrite the draft, as the entire case will now go before the en banc court now for a September argument.

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