E-Discovery Could Be Key in Trump Travel Ban Litigation

Justice Department attorneys claim the information sought in the Washington case, much of it related to executive orders, is actually protected by various privileges.

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Justice Department attorneys claim the information sought in the Washington case, much of it related to executive orders, is actually protected by various privileges.

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