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...hearing—and continued to talk. Rein, a partner in Washington D.C-based Wiley Rein, represents Abigail Fisher, the white plaintiff who...
The battle between Abigail Noel Fisher and the University of Texas at Austin continues with opposing views about where the case should go next. The options are to the appellate court for a ruling on
The battle between Abigail Noel Fisher and the University of Texas at Austin continues with opposing views about where the case should go next. In the past week, both sides have filed replies in the
...development of the evidentiary record. Bert Rein, a partner in Washington, D.C.'s Wiley Rein who represents Fisher, writes in an email...
On the same day the U.S. Supreme Court issued Shelby County, Ala. v. Holder, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott announced that Texas' voter-ID law would immediately take effect, because ?4 of the Vot
In the opinion, Kennedy writes that 5th Circuit "did not hold the University to the demanding burden of strict scrutiny articulated" as required for race-based admissions in previous court de
...opinion, joined by Judge Alan Lourie and District of Colorado Chief Judge Wiley Y. Daniel, who heard the case by designation. Rader matter...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
In his Employment Issues column, Littler Mendelson partner Philip M. Berkowitz writes: Justice Antonin Scalia's recent comments during oral argument on the challenge to the Voting Rights Act have set
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
In an Oct. 15 unpublished opinion, a three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a trial court ruling that upheld an insurance company's right to select defense counsel to rep
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