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USA, John Keilman reported in the Chicago Tribune last Friday in a long story headed Te Battle of Midway was still raging in the Pacific Ocean when a bombshell of a different sort exploded on the front page of the Chicago Tribune: The U. Navy, the newspaper reported, had obtained advance knowledge of what the Japanese fleet was going to do.The story, published June 7, 1942, was awash in detail, naming the Japanese vessels involved in the battle and the strategy they were pursuing.
That set off a furious legal fight in which the federal government tried to prosecute Tribune journalists for violating espionage laws.A prosecutor even impaneled a grand jury to seek a criminal indictment.The grand jury ultimately decided not to indict the journalists, but for 74 years, the testimony that led to that decision has remained under wraps.Now a Maryland historian is closer than ever to revealing those secrets, only to face the opposition of a familiar foe — the federal government.The Indiana Supreme Court is hosting a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) symposium to provide information about commercial courts and e-filing.General counsel from Indiana businesses, lawyers, lawyer-legislators, and other business leaders are invited to the 90-minute learning opportunity.
The event will take place on Tuesday, September 27 at p.m.EDT at the State House in the Indiana Supreme Court Courtroom.There is no indication that the event will be videocast and archived, although access to the seminar could be very beneficial to lawyers, business people, and others throughout the state who may not be able to travel to Indianapolis next Tuesday, and who are not in need of CLE credits.Posted by Marcia Oddi on September 19, 2016 AM Posted to E-filing | Ind.Commercial Courts | Indiana Courts Updating this ILB post from Sept.16th on the 7th Circuit's 2-1 decision last Friday in Elliot Carlson v.