Report: American Law Firm's Communications Spied On

, Legal Times


Revelations on Saturday that an American law firm's communications with a foreign government client were monitored a National Security Agency ally may provide new impetus for the U.S. Supreme Court to revisit a 2013 decision involving the nation's electronic surveillance law.

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