Page Printed From:
2nd Circuit Upholds CIA's Redaction of Spy Service Details in Plame Memoir
The Central Intelligence Agency's refusal to allow Valerie Plame Wilson to disclose her possible pre-2002 status as a covert agent does not violate the First Amendment, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday. Wilson's resignation from the CIA became effective in January 2006, three years after columnist Robert Novak reported her status as an "agency operative on weapons of mass destruction." When the CIA later tried to redact parts of Plame?s 2007 memoir, she and her publisher, Simon & Schuster Inc., sued.
November 12, 2009 at 12:00 AM
1 minute read
By Noeleen G. Walder |
Updated on November 12, 2009
The original version of this story was published on Law.Com
The Central Intelligence Agency’s refusal to allow Valerie Plame Wilson to disclose her possible pre-2002 status as a covert agent does not violate the First Amendment, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday.
Wilson’s resignation from the CIA became effective in January 2006, three years after columnist Robert Novak reported her status as a “agency operative on weapons of mass destruction.”
Presented by BigVoodoo
More From ALM
With this subscription you will receive unlimited access to high quality, online, on-demand premium content from well-respected faculty in the legal industry. This is perfect for attorneys licensed in multiple jurisdictions or for attorneys that have fulfilled their CLE requirement but need to access resourceful information for their practice areas.
Our Team Account subscription service is for legal teams of four or more attorneys. Each attorney is granted unlimited access to high quality, on-demand premium content from well-respected faculty in the legal industry along with administrative access to easily manage CLE for the entire team.
Gain access to some of the most knowledgeable and experienced attorneys with our 2 bundle options! Our Compliance bundles are curated by CLE Counselors and include current legal topics and challenges within the industry. Our second option allows you to build your bundle and strategically select the content that pertains to your needs. Both options are priced the same.
Dynamically explore and compare data on law firms, companies, individual lawyers, and industry trends.
Law.com Compass includes access to our exclusive industry reports, combining the unmatched expertise of our analyst team with ALM’s deep bench of proprietary information to provide insights that can’t be found anywhere else.
Law.com Compass delivers you the full scope of information, from the rankings of the Am Law 200 and NLJ 500 to intricate details and comparisons of firms’ financials, staffing, clients, news and events.
February 26, 2024 - February 28, 2024
Las Vegas, NV
The conference experience aimed to help insurers and litigators Prevent, Prepare, and Prevail in complex claims cases and risks.
March 06, 2024
Women, Influence & Power in Law UK Awards honors women lawyers who have made a remarkable difference in the legal profession.
April 04, 2024
Daily Business Review honors attorneys and judges who have made a remarkable difference in the legal profession in Florida.
Gill & Chamas, LLC seeks an attorney to work in their Woodbridge, NJ Office. Candidate must possess either of the following: 1-3+ year...
Apply Now ›
Seeking Estate Administration Attorney for busy boutique office. Huge upside potential and growth opportunity.NYS Bar Admission and relevan...
Apply Now ›
Mirman, Markovits & Landau, PC, a leading personal injury law firm in Manhattan, is seeking an associate with 1-3 years of experience in...
Apply Now ›
New Jersey Law Journal
Frederick D. Miceli has joined the firm as Of Counsel
View Announcement ›