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06-1478 - Shearson v. United States Department of Homeland Security et al


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06-1478 - Shearson v. United States Department of Homeland Security et al
March 9, 2007
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Memorandum of Opinion and Order: Defendant' Summary Judgment motion is GRANTED in PART and DENIED in PART. The CBP is entitled to summary judgment on plaintiff's claims arising under the Privacy Act. The motion is DENIED to the extent it seeks summary judgment on the FOIA claims. The Court finds that CBP must disclose all materials provided to the Court for an in camera review, with the exception of the material expressly identified in this Opinion. Any such material may be redacted. The DHS's motion for summary judgment is denied in its entirety. In addition, the Court orders DHS to conduct a search of its records and respond to plaintiffs FOIA request. Signed by Judge Patricia A. Gaughan on 3/7/07.(Related Doc # 18)(LC,S)
June 1, 2007
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Memorandum of Opinion and Order: Defendants' Motion for Reconsideration of the Court's Orders of March 7&31, 2007 and Defendants' Motion for an Order Permitting the Filing of Declaration(s) In Camera, Ex Parte are DENIED. Signed by Judge Patricia A. Gaughan on 6/1/07. (Related Docs 37, 39) (LC,S)
April 4, 2008
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Memorandum Opinion and Order: Plaintiff's Motion for Reconsideration is GRANTED and Defendants' Motion for Reconsideration and Supplemental Motion for Summary Judgment are DENIED. Signed by Judge Patricia A. Gaughan on 4/3/08. re 94, 39, 58. (LC,S)
October 12, 2008
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Memorandum Opinion and Order: Plaintiff's Motion to Compel Production of Documents Listed in the Supplemental Vaughn Index and for Order Requiring DHS/CBP to Conduct an Adequate Search of Responsive Systems of Records and to Refer Plaintiff's Request to the Agencies Controlling Responsive Records and Issue an Order That Plaintiff May Seek Redress Under the Privacy Act is DENIED. Defendants' Motion to Dismiss is GRANTED in PART. To the extent plaintiff seeks disclosure of documents under FOIA, the claim is DISMISSED. With regard to the adequacy of the search claim and any Privacy Act claim asserted against defendant DHS, judgment in favor of defendants is warranted. Plaintiff's request for an order permitting her to seek redress under the Privacy Act is DENIED. Judge Patricia A. Gaughan on 10/10/08. (LC,S) (Related Docs. 124, 126)