...litigators, when it acquired the 30-member D.C. firm Miller Cassidy Larroca & Lewin in late 2000. In addition to the likes of Herbert...
Transition time is a particularly ticklish period at the solicitor general's office. In one sense, it is a place where it doesn't -- or shouldn't -- matter who is president. But speculation about who
...of the split, says Brown's lawyer, John Elwood of Miller, Cassidy, Larroca & Lewin (which on Jan. 1 merged into Baker Botts). He argues...
...Judge Motz joined.COUNSELARGUED: Nathan Lewin, MILLER, CASSIDY, LARROCA & LEWIN, L.L.P., Washington, D.C.; James G. Exum...
After a two-week break, the Supreme Court resumes its agenda-setting conferences on Oct. 27. The justices will meet in private to discuss certiorari petitions pending before them, and will likely gra
Chloe Breyer, the eldest daughter of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, has just published an autobiographical book. But you wouldn't know her notable lineage from reading it -- she mentions Dad o
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