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Legal Newsline Recognizes Watchdog Reporting

February 20, 2017   ·   1 Comments

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Legal Newsline has picked up on our reporting, which was one of the first to report on the sua sponte request for a vote by the Chief Judge of the Court of as well as exposing what appeared to be glaring omissions from the filings and courts ruling in two articles found here and here.

We believe we were the first and only to report on the Spokeo case not being mentioned in the 9th Circuit case and are excited to see others picking up on the most recent Case law on standing as it relates to the current Presidential Immigration case in the 9th Circuit.

“Noticibly missing from the suit is any mention of the Spokeo Inc. v. Robins case, which was the latest case of standing brought before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Spokeo centered around the accuracy of consumer reports information as directed under The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) of 1970.”

You can read the full article at this link.

 

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  1. Mark Misiorowski says:

    Congrats to the Watchdogs!!!

    I wonder what if any impact the parties’ briefs (and Q & A from the Justices of the US Supreme Court), in the matter of Hernandez v. Mesa, Jr., might have on the next version of the travel ban executive order or further case proceedings by the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

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