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Feds Can't Ditch Fliers' Suit Over CBP Identity Checks

December 18, 2018, Law360

Covington successfully won dismissal of a summary judgment motion by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York in a case involving the Fourth Amendment and the Administrative Procedures Act. The Covington team is representing airline passengers who were required to show identification by U.S. Customs and Broder Protection and are now seeking a permanent injunction barring the government from continuing these "warrantless and/or suspicionless" identity checks of domestic travelers.

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