...directors leave a void in the administration's role in the legislative process. After Kappos left, former Crowell & Moring partner Teresa...
National Law Journal
The Senate voted on Thursday to strip the minority party of its power to block presidential nominations, a major shift that streamlines the confirmation process for President Obama's judicial and age
Georgetown law professor Cornelia Pillard is the third D.C. Circuit nominee to get caught up in the politics of the U.S. Senate. Plus more in this week's column
...Circuit, more than any other, reviews decisions and actions by the executive branch agencies implementing that agenda. It is no wonder, then, that...
A case before the D.C. Circuit is one of the last vestiges of the Jack Abramoff scandal, a wide-ranging U.S. Department of Justice corruption probe that ensnared nearly two dozen people, including lo
For the first time since 1996, the U.S. government has ground to a halt. The House of Representatives and the Senate are at odds over funding and all signs point to a continuing bitter fight. The Nat
...on a huge opportunity to foster greater public understanding of our judicial branch.” Hogan Lovells partner Neal Katyal, a frequent advocate before...
Norton Rose Fulbright's hourly rates are the latest sideshow to litigation over how Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus treats its elephants. Plus more in this week's column
...Cruz. Keller's first legal job in the legislative branch has put him in the middle of a political, legislative and...
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