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New York and resulted in a ruling by Judge Thomas Hogan of the District Court for the District of Columbia that the law was unconstitutional. As with the Raines v. Byrd case noted above, this case was appealed directly to the U.S. Supreme Court. This case, of course, did not suffer from the standing case ...
In August, U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan ruled on a long-standing dispute between Cherokee Freedmen and the second-largest tribe in the United States which claims more than 350,000 citizens. "The Cherokee Nation can continue to define itself as it sees fit," Hogan wrote, "but must do so equally ...

U.S. District of Columbia District Court Judge Thomas Hogan set the Nov. 27 deadline in a January order, after it was apparent that efforts to find tribe members to entitled to the award money listed as “whereabouts unknown” were no longer as successful. “The data the government gave us for these roughly ...
Capping off 14 years of litigation, U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan found that the Treaty of 1866 overrides the tribe's constitution, which had sought to exclude slave descendants, or freedmen. “The 1866 Treaty guarantees that extant descendants of Cherokee freedmen shall have all the rights of native ...
U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan granted a bid by BCBS of Massachusetts, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, Federated Insurance Co. and Health Care Service Corp. to adjust the previous $76 million judgment to roughly $67 million on Aug. 18, more than three years after granting their bid to ...
A judge ruled Wednesday that the descendants of enslaved people who were owned by members of the Cherokee Nation — known as Cherokee Freedmen — have citizenship rights. "The Cherokee Nation can continue to define itself as it sees fit," U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan wrote in his ruling, ...

A case that helps determine whether or not the descendants of Cherokee slaves have the full citizenship rights of native Cherokees was decided in United States Federal District Court Wednesday. After nearly three years, Senior U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan in his ruling said the paramount question ...
In an 80-page opinion that was issued in November and remained classified until being made public on Tuesday, Judge Thomas F. Hogan, the chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, ruled that what critics call “backdoor searches” of messages by the F.B.I. comply with both the ...
In August, U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan ruled in a long-standing dispute between Cherokee Freedmen and the second-largest tribe in the United States which claims more than 350,000 citizens. “The Cherokee Nation can continue to define itself as it sees fit,” Hogan wrote, “but must do so equally and ...
In August, U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan ruled in a long-standing dispute between Cherokee Freedmen and the second-largest tribe in the United States which claims more than 350,000 citizens. "The Cherokee Nation can continue to define itself as it sees fit," Hogan wrote, "but must do so equally and ...
U.S. District of Columbia District Court Judge Thomas Hogan set the Nov. 27 deadline in a January order, after it was apparent that efforts to find tribe members to entitled to the award money listed as “whereabouts unknown” were no longer as successful. “The data the government gave us for these roughly ...
In recent weeks, as Americans across the country have engaged in debates about how the Civil War period is publicly commemorated, a quieter battle over a related question was finally put to rest. On Aug. 30, 2017, Senior United States District Judge Thomas F. Hogan answered an old question for ...
"The Cherokee Nation can continue to define itself as it sees fit," U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan wrote in his ruling, "but must do so equally and evenhandedly with respect to native Cherokees and the descendants of Cherokee Freedmen." After Emancipation, the Cherokee Nation granted its former ...
In the New York Times, Charlie Savage digs into the November opinion of Judge Thomas F. Hogan reauthorizing Section 702 surveillance. In his 80-page opinion, Judge Hogan "rejected a legal challenge to rules permitted FBI agents, when working on domestic criminal cases, to search emails written by ...
In an 80-page opinion that was issued in November and remained classified until being made public on Tuesday, Judge Thomas F. Hogan, the chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, ruled that what critics call “backdoor searches” of messages by the F.B.I. comply with both the ...
Walkingstick said he plans to follow procedural rules and re-introduce the bill pending a ruling by U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan. He said a “final order” was not given during a December conference in Washington, D.C., and that the next meeting was planned for January. As of publication, the Cherokee ...
Senior U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan set the deadline in a court order issued in January. The order also directs that any remaining funds ...

In an order filed in January, U.S. District of Columbia District Court Judge Thomas Hogan set a deadline of Nov. 27 for tribal members to claim ...
U.S. District of Columbia District Court Judge Thomas Hogan set the Nov. 27 deadline in a January order, after it was apparent that efforts to ...
In an opinion Wednesday, Senior U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan ruled that the treaty accorded the freedmen all the rights Cherokee ...
"The Cherokee Nation can continue to define itself as it sees fit," U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan wrote in his ruling, "but must do so ...
In an 80-page opinion that was issued in November and remained classified until being made public on Tuesday, Judge Thomas F. Hogan, the ...
Senior U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan set the deadline in a court order issued in January. The order also directs that any remaining funds ...
McCord graduated from Georgetown University Law School, and subsequently served as a law clerk for Judge Thomas Hogan of the U.S.
Judge Thomas Hogan appointed Amy Jeffress, an attorney at Arnold and Porter and a former national security prosecutor, to weigh in, the first time that court had asked an outside privacy expert for advice before making a decision.
Judge Thomas Hogan appointed Amy Jeffress, an attorney at Arnold and Porter and a former national security prosecutor, to weigh in, the first time that court had asked an outside privacy expert for advice before making a decision.
FISC Judge Thomas F. Hogan was aware of this problem when he nevertheless approved the NSA and the CIA procedures in November 2015.
U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan upheld al-Madhwani's detention at Guantanamo in 2010 because he found that the government met its burden of proof.
Regarding that suit, U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan said in 2014 he would soon issue a ruling on the case, but he has not taken further action.
The rationale underlying Judge Thomas Hogan's decision in 1997 to block the merger - of two brick-and-mortar superstores that priced more aggressively when their stores were in close geographic proximity - played no part in the decision.
[16] Judge Thomas F. Hogan of the FISC has described the program more accurately: "While in absolute terms, the scope of acquisition under Section 702 is substantial, the acquisitions are not conducted in a bulk or indiscriminate manner.
By proving a narrow market definition, the FTC convinced Judge Thomas F. Hogan of the D.C. district court in 1997 that Staples and Office Depot were two of only three major retailers in the OSS space (with Office Max as the third); as a result, Judge ...
"If admitted," U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan noted last week, "the government's evidence would tend to make it more or less probable (the government would contend more probable) that petitioner was part of al-Qaeda, which was the dispositive factual ...
In approving a request for "call detail records" by the FBI, Judge Thomas Hogan allowed the FBI to get people's call records even in the absence of any belief that those records will be relevant to an investigation, and let the bureau keep records with ...
In approving a request for "call detail records" by the FBI, Judge Thomas Hogan allowed the FBI to get people's call records even in the absence of any belief that those records will be relevant to an investigation, and let the bureau keep records with ...
FISC's Judge Thomas Hogan, a former chief judge of the court tasked with overseeing US intelligence agencies, cited Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act that allows the government to keep information obtained as part of the surveillance programme if ...
... disturbing and disappointing than the NSA's failure to purge this information for more than four years, was the government's failure to convey to the court explicitly during that time that the NSA was continuing to retain this information," Judge ...
Judge Thomas Hogan's November 2015 opinion focuses on the NSA's failure to destroy certain personal information after it became apparent that it was not needed for criminal investigations.
On Tuesday, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released a redacted version of an opinion by Judge Thomas F. Hogan of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) that is chock full of revelations about how the NSA and FBI ...
... Intelligence Surveillance (Fisa) court - derided in recent years as a rubber stamp for the NSA, and which normally operates in almost complete secrecy - just released an opinion from November 2015 in which federal judge Thomas Hogan sharply ...
In an 80-page opinion that was issued in November and remained classified until being made public Tuesday, Judge Thomas Hogan, the chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, ruled that what critics call "backdoor searches" of messages ...
The order, signed by FISC Chief Judge Thomas Hogan, said the court concluded that a surveillance application, apparently submitted by the NSA, met the requirements of the USA Freedom Act, which President Barack Obama signed last year.
Her opinion was rejected [PDF], however, by FISC judge Thomas Hogan and the practice will be allowed to continue. Under the terms of the public advocate, Jeffress is not allowed to appeal the decision so she will not have an opportunity to pick apart ...
In an 80-page opinion that was issued in November and remained classified until being made public Tuesday, Judge Thomas Hogan, the chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, ruled that what critics call "backdoor searches" of messages ...
In the New York Times, Charlie Savage digs into the November opinion of Judge Thomas F. Hogan reauthorizing Section 702 surveillance.
While there appears to be no imminent danger of the court yanking the agencies' surveillance privileges (as nearly happened in 2008), the presiding judge (Thomas Hogan) isn't impressed with the agencies and their cavalier attitude towards mass ...
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Judge Thomas Hogan sharply criticized the two agencies over the episodes, referred to by intelligence gatherers as "compliance incidents.
By maintaining retention of the information, the spy agency violated "several provisions" of its internal policies, and was "potentially" in violation of the law, Judge Thomas Hogan of the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) claimed in ...
In an 80-page opinion that was issued in November and remained classified until being made public on Tuesday, Judge Thomas F. Hogan, the chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, ruled that what critics call "backdoor searches" of ...


 

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