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April 23, 1997 | (Reuters)
Maryland and other states moved to subpoena merger records from Staples Inc. and Office Depot Inc., after the two office superstore chains refused to turn over the records voluntarily. The Maryland state attorney general's office announced it had served subpoenas Tuesday, and California prosecutors said they would serve papers today. The Federal Trade Commission is already in U.S. District Court seeking to block the proposed $4-billion merger, contending it would raise prices to consumers.
February 4, 1987 | DEBRA WHITEFIELD, Times Staff Writer
A federal court judge Tuesday quashed two subpoenas served on stock speculator Ivan F. Boesky by Diamond Shamrock after federal prosecutors protested that their criminal investigation into Boesky's insider trading activities would be frustrated if he cooperates with the Dallas company. Diamond Shamrock, in fighting a takeover bid by Texas businessman T. Boone Pickens and Alabama industrialist John Harbert III, subpoenaed Boesky and his Ivan F. Boesky Co. on Jan.
May 7, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
A House Judiciary Committee panel voted to subpoena vice presidential aide David Addington as part of a broad inquiry into the Bush administration's treatment of detainees. Addington, chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney, has signaled that he might testify under oath about controversial interrogation policies if lawmakers compelled him to do so. On a voice vote, Democratic lawmakers called on Addington to answer questions about his role in drafting legal memos that underpinned coercive U.S. interrogation measures, including waterboarding.
March 5, 2004 | From Newsday
A federal grand jury investigating the leak of a covert CIA officer's identity has subpoenaed records of Air Force One telephone calls in the week before the officer's name was published in a column last July, according to documents obtained by Newsday.
January 26, 1989 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, Times Staff Writer
Attorneys for former White House aide Oliver L. North disclosed in court Wednesday that they have subpoenaed two House members and records from three congressional committees for North's trial beginning next week on charges stemming from the Iran-Contra scandal. However, attorneys for the House of Representatives and independent counsel Lawrence E. Walsh immediately served notice they would ask a federal judge to quash the congressional subpoenas on grounds they were overly broad. U.S.
March 3, 2006 | Jonathan Peterson, Times Staff Writer
Scrambling to defuse a 1st Amendment issue, the Securities and Exchange Commission instructed its staff Thursday to prepare guidelines for demanding information from journalists whose work may be of interest to investigators. The commission move came less than a week after disclosures that the SEC had issued a subpoena to two writers for Dow Jones & Co. online publications -- a move by agency enforcers that caught Chairman Christopher Cox off guard.
April 15, 2004 | Noam N. Levey, Times Staff Writer
Federal prosecutors investigating contracting in the city of Los Angeles have subpoenaed all e-mail communications by former Deputy Mayor Troy Edwards in a move that takes the U.S. attorney's search for documents directly into Mayor James K. Hahn's office. Julie Wong, Hahn's deputy mayor for communications, said Wednesday that the mayor's office was collecting those e-mails, adding that they would probably include Edwards' communications with Hahn and others inside and outside city government.
Accusing officials of arrogance and foot-dragging, House investigators have issued a subpoena for extensive Department of Energy records on U.S. nuclear weapons issues, including a foiled Iraqi attempt to acquire nuclear weapons technology earlier this year. The subpoena from Rep. John D. Dingell (D-Mich.) and the House subcommittee on oversight and investigation was delivered late last week.
April 8, 2005 | From Dow Jones/Associated Press
Record company Warner Music Group Inc. said it was served with another subpoena by New York Atty. Gen. Eliot Spitzer in connection with an industrywide investigation of relationships between music companies and radio stations. Spitzer's investigation centers around independent promoters -- middlemen between record companies and radio stations -- whom music labels pay to help them secure better airplay.
August 18, 2007 | From Times Wire Reports
The White House asked a Senate panel for more time to produce subpoenaed information about the legal justification for President Bush's secretive eavesdropping program. Judiciary committee Chairman Sen. Patrick J. Leahy (D-Vt.) had set Monday as the deadline for administration officials already subpoenaed to provide documents about the National Security Agency's program.
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