Courts Disagree On Whether Government May Obtain Cell Phone Location Information Without a Warrant

“[T]he government’s warrantless procurement of the CSLI [cell-site location information] was an unreasonable search in violation of Appellants’ Fourth Amendment Rights,” a divided panel of the federal appeals court in Richmond has held, in conflict with its sister circuits, in a case where CSLI helped the prosecution establish the suspects’ location before and after robberies of fast food restaurants and other businesses.

Fourth Circuit Affirms EEOC’s Resounding Summary Judgment Defeat in ADA Case

Fourth Circuit Affirms EEOC’s Resounding Summary Judgment Defeat in  ADA Case

In a case we have previously blogged about several times due to spoliation sanctions imposed on the EEOC – most recently here – the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit affirmed a ruling out of the Middle District of North Carolina and upheld the summary judgment dismissal of an ADA lawsuit brought by the EEOC.