While it traces its roots to 1902 and a small West Virginia office, Steptoe & Johnson LLP would truly come of age in 1945, when it moved its headquarters to Washington, D.C. There, under the leadership of Colonel Louis Johnson (who would later serve as secretary of Defense under Harry Truman),...
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...Keasler, Hervey, and Cochran, JJ., joined. Meyers, J., filed a dissenting opinion. Johnson, J., concurred. OPINION In this case, we alter...
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
O'Connor's book tour; Kyl goes to Covington; Benitez v. Masters for D.C. Bar president; Obama still pulling for Halligan; Turner's busy pro bono practice; milestone for Aerostar; and a party for cris
Slam dunk for Cadwalader; damage control for Menendez; spotlight on hospitality law; Schmaler leaves public affairs office; busy week for defense lawyers; Jim Graham fights back; and Bob Bennett beco
If the opponents of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act are confident of victory in the case of Shelby County v. Holder, they are not sitting back or acting complacent. The briefing supporting Shelby
...record luncheon begins at noon. Speakers: Scott Harlan and Brian Winterfeldt, Steptoe & Johnson LLP; Danny Awdeh, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner (moderator). Location...
These days, Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 is the target of much hyperbolic and hysterical attack, based not on facts, but on myth stemming from the diverse agendas of the criticizing parties
...J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. STEPTOE & JOHNSON LLP Luis Fortuño, 52, has...
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