To view the full article, register now. Trump’s Turn: How Far Right Can The President Pull The Courts?By Ed BeesonMarch 16, 2018 The crowd at the Federalist Society event couldn’t have been more thrilled. It was November, and one of the Trump administration’s top lawyers was on stage, talking up the ongoing efforts to reshape the judiciary and tilt it to the right.
To view the full article, register now. When older federal judges step down from active duty in the Western District of Pennsylvania, chances are they’re not headed straight to the golf course or the mild weather of Florida. Chances are, they’re headed back to the courtroom instead.The Pittsburgh-based court is one of many around the nation that finds itself relying on the work of senior-status judges to get through the lean times hitting the bench.
To view the full article, register now. One Year Later: Has Trump Been Good For BigLaw?By Ed BeesonNovember 7, 2017 As many BigLaw attorneys have experienced over the tumultuous year since Donald Trump was elected president, uncertainty makes James Pack’s phone ring. Pack practices immigration law with Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP and has witnessed first-hand how things have gotten tougher for his corporate clients.
@nateraymond Seems like this also shows how easily the news gets shaped when A) the SEC blasts out a breathless ALL CAPS! press releases that buries the criminal case and B) Main Justice puts out nothing, leaving it just to the Atlanta US atty to quietly announce its charges.
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