July 1, 2019
Jordan v. DOL (D.D.C.) -- denying plaintiff’s motion for relief from judgment, which had been affirmed by D.C. Circuit, that agency properly relied on attorney-client privilege to withheld one email concerning plaintiff’s litigation against third party.
June 30, 2019
Am. Ctr. for Law & Justice v. DOJ (D.D.C.) -- on renewed summary judgment, ruling that agency properly relied on deliberative process privilege to withhold draft talking points prepared for Attorney General concerning FBI’s investigation of Secretary Clinton’s email use and the Attorney General’s meeting with President Clinton at Phoenix airport in June 2016.
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