Google Hits Jenner With Own Book In Subpoena Spat

By Andrew Strickler (June 5, 2015, 8:06 PM EDT) -- Google Inc. is using the book Jenner & Block LLP published on attorney-client privilege against the firm, as the tech giant tries to pry out subpoenaed documents it says will show Jenner lawyers helped orchestrate an "anti-Google agenda" by the Mississippi attorney general on behalf of Hollywood interests.

Google claims Mississippi AG Jim Hood's probe was part of an "anti-Google" campaign. (Credit: AP) Google's case against Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, triggered by the Sony email hack last year, stalled in recent weeks as parties grappled over attempts to get Hood, Jenner lawyers and others to turn over documents Google claims...

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