The Supreme Court returns from Thanksgiving on Monday, Dec. 2 with a full plate of oral arguments that will bring the usual D.C. veteran advocates, as well as several New York City newcomers, to the
...the Supreme Court says “Secretary of Interior,” briefs emanating the SG’s office must say “Secretary of the Interior.”...
...town, and Ian Gershengorn will be making his debut as principal deputy SG in the case. The other major argument of the November...
...action case, Fisher v. University of Texas, in which the SG’s office was involved. The federal recusal statute requires judges to...
National Law Journal
The U.S. Supreme Court ended uncertainty Wednesday about whether the federal government shutdown would delay arguments next week. The court will begin as scheduled, October 15
...assistance case that Newman won. On Wednesday October 9, former SG Gregory Garre, now with Latham & Watkins, will represent the defendant in...
As former U.S. Representative Jesse Jackson Jr. prepared to receive his sentence last week, he had a familiar face at his side. Steptoe & Johnson litigation partner Reid Weingarten represented Jackso
National Law Journal
The dearth of women arguing before the Supreme Court is still a reality, but the numbers are improving, Supreme Court and appellate practitioners said Tuesday night
As a former SG observed, lesser points should revolve around cardinal point like planets around the sun
If the Senate confirms her, she would trade law firm earnings of $1 million per year, according to newly released committee records, for the $184,500 salary of a federal circuit judge
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