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Google Accused Of “Fishing” For Law Firm Documents


June 18, 2015

Google’s request for “highly confidential” documents between law firm Jenner & Block and its clients is an “abuse of the litigation process,” the firm wrote in a filing this week. Google says it was attempting to prove that Jenner lobbyists prompted Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood to take actions against the search engine giant. Jenner said “The most fundamental purpose of these subpoenas is to send a message to anyone who dares to seek government redress for Google’s facilitation of unlawful conduct: If you and your attorneys exercise their First Amendment right to seek redress from a government official, Google will come after you.”

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