Split rulings over Obamacare could lead to another Supreme Court shutdown

By |2014-07-23T18:23:39+00:00July 23rd, 2014|healthinsurance, Legal Blog, obamacare, supremecourt|

Less than two hours after an appeals court in Washington ordered the Obama administration to turn off the spigot of federal subsidies to consumers through U.S.-run health-care exchanges,an appeals court in Virginia ruled that the subsidies should be allowed to keep on flowing. With the future of Obamacare hanging in the balance, the back-to-back opinions raise the likelihood of another [...]

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Supreme Court makes major ruling regarding cell phone privacy.

By |2014-06-27T15:07:59+00:00June 27th, 2014|cellphone, cellphonedata, cellphones, Legal Blog, mobilephones, Supreme Court Rulings, supremecourt|

On Wednesday June 25, the United States Supreme Court held in a unanimous decision that police may not search the cell phone of a suspect or person under arrest without a search warrant. This was a reversal from lower court decisions that equated a cell phone with any other object found on someone’s pocket, such [...]

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