September 16th, 2015
Thirty-seven Frankfurt Kurnit Attorneys Named “Super Lawyers” for 2015
The list includes: Amelia Brankov, Victoria Cook, Lisa E. Davis, Catherine M.C. Farrelly, Michael P. Frankfurt, Jeffrey A. Greenbaum, John B. Harris, Richard B. Heller, Richard Hofstetter, Andrew Hurwitz, Nicole Hyland, Candice Kersh, Rick Kurnit, Brian E. Maas, Joseph Mahon, Richard Maltz, Gavin McElroy, Ronald C. Minkoff, Brian G. Murphy, Edward H. Rosenthal, Terri J. Seligman, Thomas D. Selz, Barbara E. Shiers, Linda Wank, S. Jean Ward, Michael Williams, and Maura J. Wogan.
S. Gregory Boyd, Caren Decter, Hayden Goldblatt, Beth Goldman, Jeremy S. Goldman, Rachel Kronman, Mark Merriman, Adam Osterweil, and Hannah Taylor were listed as "Rising Stars."
Facebook Asks Police Agencies Not to Create Fake Profiles
The Los Angeles Daily Journal quoted James Mariani on whether law enforcement may deploy fake social media accounts to monitor people and collect evidence. Mr. Mariani noted that the practice “is not illegal and is widely used throughout the country at law enforcement offices of every level.” He noted, however, that “the practice of surreptitiously monitoring activists [may] violate the First Amendment by creating a chilling effect on those who would otherwise express discontent online".
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Simpson Suit Spotlights In-House Counsel’s Clashing Roles
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