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Using Standards of Review as a Guide to Filing Pretrial Motions in Federal Court
Most clients do not have financial resources to file every available pretrial motion, nor is every motion practically feasible. This article recommends using standards of review as a guide in deciding which pretrial motions to file in a federal civil case.


Which Rule of Statutory Interpretation Applies to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act?
Several critical provisions of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act bar unauthorized access to computers and exceeding authorized access computers. The Seventh Circuit contends that agency law provides authority and the Ninth Circuit disagrees, applying a plain reading of the statute.