A Latham & Watkins associate last week was back in court fighting to salvage a suit alleging the government unlawfully wiretapped and watched a man after he made a passing remark about airline security on the telephone.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit earlier this year had ruled in favor of the man, Scott Tooley, and remanded his suit to the trial court for further proceedings — however “thin” the claims were, the court said. Click here for the original opinion. (pdf)

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