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5 Aug 2022, 4:00 am by Jim Sedor
First Jan. 6 Defendant Convicted at Trial Receives Longest Sentence of 7 Years MSN – Spencer Hsu and Tom Jackman (Washington Post) | Published: 8/1/2022 The first U.S. [read post]
26 Jan 2022, 11:11 am by Amy Howe
After graduating from Yale in 2001, she spent a year working as an associate at Jenner & Block in Washington, D.C., before going to clerk for Judge David Tatel of the U.S. [read post]
2 Nov 2021, 8:26 pm by David Kopel
Another was filed by attorney Dan Peterson, representing Law Enforcement Groups and State and Local Firearms Rights Groups (Law Enforcement Brief), while a third was filed by the Crime Prevention Research Center, led by John R. [read post]
24 Sep 2021, 9:30 pm by Dan Ernst
Donahue has posted to SSRN her history-laden amicus curiae brief in FBI v. [read post]
13 Jul 2021, 10:58 am by Simon Lester
This is a guest post from law professor Michael Trebilcock and lawyer Dan Poliwoda:     THE TRIPS VACCINE WAIVER CONTROVERSY* By Michael Trebilcock Emeritus University Professor of LawUniversity of Toronto     Dan Poliwoda Lawyer, Dickinson Wright LLP University of Toronto (J.D., 2020)    July 12, 2021 *We acknowledge the invaluable research assistance of Daniel Scarpitti, University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, 2L, in preparing these comments. [read post]
19 May 2021, 8:47 am by Jonathan Shaub
As Todd David Peterson has written, the “contention that there are historical precedents for the use of Congress’s inherent contempt power against officials who assert the President’s claim of executive privilege is incorrect. [read post]
18 Dec 2019, 4:00 pm
This Client Advisory, originally distributed in December 2019, highlights important developments in the law governing employee benefit plans and executive compensation over the past year. [read post]
31 Oct 2019, 5:59 am by Jonathan Shaub
But each largely makes four basic points: (a) The concept of executive privilege is hotly disputed; (b) there are very few relevant court cases and none that provide definitive answers; (c) there are a number of historical incidents, from the administration of George Washington to that of Barack Obama, that are of debatable—and contested—significance; and (d) the legal resolution of these highly disputed questions is likely of little practical significance. [read post]