National Law Journal
Two federal judges came to such widely different conclusions about the government's telephone surveillance program in December that the U.S. Supreme Court likely won't ignore the issue
The U.S. Department of Justice certainly wasn't eager to publicly share a 2011 opinion by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that found the government violated the Fourth Amendment in sweepi
...transfer; and international practices. Previously, he was the director of the Aspen Institute's Homeland Security Program, and before that, inspector general of the...
...10th Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel in DB Capital Holdings LLC v. Aspen HH Ventures LLC (In re DB Capital Holdings LLC)...
The National Review Online's Ed Whelan has taken aim at former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's post-high court work on the courts of appeal. Meryl Chertoff, former director of the Sandra Day O'Connor P
Deprecated The American Lawyer
...down earlier this year and became a senior fellow at the Aspen Institute. Martin was not immediately available for comment Tuesday. In...
National Law Journal
Profile of Angela F. Williams, senior vice president and general counsel for YMCA of the USA
Some of the most closely watched of the transition teams for President-elect Barack Obama include economics and international trade, national security and the energy and natural resources group. Whil
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