Uber

A California appeals court affirmed that Uber must comply with San Francisco’s administrative subpoenas for data and records provided to the California Public Utility Commission, as the city and county have broad authority to investigate entities they suspect of violating the law, and had reasonable suspicion that “transportation networking companies” were responsible for most of the city’s moving violations.

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Bridgegate Fraud Convictions Upheld at 3rd Circuit

A pair of Republicans who caused a massive traffic jam in New Jersey to punish a political opponent of then-Governor Chris Christie failed Tuesday to unravel the bulk of their convictions at the Third Circuit.

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California Development

Developers brought a federal complaint against Defense Secretary James Mattis, challenging the closure and transfer of Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach to allow development of 12,272 residential units and 6.1 million square-feet of commercial space on 5,000 acres “along one of the most congested transportation arteries in the nation.”

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