On April 25, veterans of the Supreme Court bar came together to show Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. some love and blunt the criticism that has been aimed at him. Plus: Lamberth's rebuke, putti
Carolyn Fuentes, an assistant federal public defender from San Antonio, made history in the annals of U.S. Supreme Court advocacy on April 17. Plus more in this week's column
Jeffrey Koewler, a corporate partner at the largest firm in California's capital city, is seeking to find a new buyer for the NBA's Sacramento Kings in order to prevent the franchise from leaving tow
On the civility of courtroom conduct; legal installation; dishonorable honors back in court; Holder may or may not hold on; Skadden for former Ukrainian prime minister; criminal case against Kwame Br
...counsel. Kwame Brown was represented by Frederick Cooke Jr. of Rubin, Winston, Diercks, Harris & Cooke, a go-to lawyer for...
Sotomayor encourages service; new government affairs head at Covington; end in sight for Cobell litigation; Perrelli returns to Jenner & Block; chief justice honors pro bono; Weisbrod's quest for jus
Taking issue with the CFPB; D.C. against drunk driving; lobbyist restrictions still intact; more possible drama for Kwame Brown; no debates for Gary Johnson; not many details forthcoming from sealed
Morvillos keep it together; attorney/client difficulties at Gitmo; Freddie Mac has a new GC; looking deeper into Gray; former senator leaves Holland & Knight; the call is coming from inside the CFPB;
Recognizing Falcone; "interpreter" decided; when Garre shocked Roberts; a lot of lobbyists; a Gray area; and Machen's graduation duties in this week's column
The Daily Report
...on niche, non-English programming. Represented by Washington attorney Walter Diercks, the television station sued the FCC in U.S. District Court for...
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