Mary Jo White, President Barack Obama's choice to chair the Securities and Exchange Commission, has been a partner at Debevoise & Plimpton since 2002, following a career as a federal prosecutor that
...claim that retroactive application of the act usurped the president's pardon power. The separation of powers cases on which he relied dealt with...
...however, that applying the amendments retroactively violates the Constitution's separation of powers. Cf. Brooks v. Dunlop Mfg. Inc., --- F.3d ---, No. 2012-1164, 2012...
In his Criminal Law column, Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, writes that the Internet is providing new information streams for client a
Mitchell Boyarsky, a partner at Gibbons, and Peter J. Dugan, an associate at the firm, write that employers may hesitate to hire individuals with a criminal record, whether to mitigate the risk of li
Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, writes: Bringing to mind the moral hazard of "too big to fail," mass incarceration represents a catast
...against her, the justices felt compelled to acknowledge the limits of their power: It is said that Smith, who already has served years...
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