Huawei DPA Steve Koh’s blog submit in Just Security highlights the potential future international implications Huawei CFO’s deferred prosecution settlement might have on global arrests. Justice Achieved Rappaport professor and former Alabama Senator Doug Jones describes his strategy that led to convictions in the 1963 Baptist Church bombing trials. Department of Justice, would be the featured Spring speaker for The Alan S. Becker and Gary A. Poliakoff Preeminent Leaders in Law Speaker Series April 28, 2022. The Emory Law School curriculum is attuned to the needs of the authorized profession and the universe of careers engaged with the law. Never miss an update with customizable practice area and company alerts delivered right to your laptop or cell device.
Legal Shift Jeff Cohen is quoted in Law360 on the potential modifications to be anticipated in Massachusetts courts with a Biden presidency. Offshore Tax Scheme Ray Madoff voices concern for the rich illegally avoiding taxes, highlighted by billionaire philanthropist Robert Smith’s allegations in the Washington Post. Saks Split Brian Quinn discusses the potential separation of Hudson’s Bay’s Saks.com and Saks Fifth Avenue brick and mortar stores in TFL. Immigration Reversals Kari Hong feedback for The Boston Globe on Biden’s push to reverse Trump immigration insurance policies. SPAC Boom Renee Jones comments in ABC News on dangers investors take in special objective acquisition firms for potential profitable returns. Fixing Charitable Giving In Forbes, Ray Madoff discusses reforms to shut loopholes which will have hindered donor suggested funds from being timely distributed to charities.
Systemic Failure Professor Francine Sherman discusses how black women are disproportionately punished in class techniques with USA Today. Nonprofit Oversight Professor Ray Madoff’s views highlighted in a Nonprofit Quarterly article about the reduction in IRS budgets and the impression on oversight. ‘Deliberate Neglect’ In a Cognoscenti op ed, Professor Kari Hong explains why the US should shut immigration detention centers down now. Border Orphanages In a Cognoscenti op ed, Professor Kari Hong discusses the shocking therapy of kids at immigration facilities–and what could be accomplished. Big Structural Change Prof. Kent Greenfield talks to the Huffington Post about Warren’s problem to legal guidelines of Biden’s home state of Delaware. Abuse of Office Professor George Brown discusses potential impeachment round Donald Trump’s current behavior in an article in The Washington Post.
Silicon Valley Giving Professor Madoff talks to the Atlantic about donor suggested funds and the culture of giving in Silicon Valley. Immigration & Corporate Law Professor Greenfield writes an op-ed for the ACS weblog on the potential of fits towards firms operationalizing Trump immigration insurance policies. BC Founders Professor Mary Bilder presents her recommendations to a Time Magazine request for posthumous presidential pardon ideas. SVCF Meltdown Professor Madoff talks to Marketwatch about the collapse of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation under Law News increasing pressure and scrutiny. [newline]Consequences of Cahill Professor Repetti cited in Tax Notes on the Estate of Cahill case and its impact on the estate planning neighborhood. Professor Kent Greenfield participates in a media rally in assist of freedom of speech by calling the president’s attacks on the press “dangerous.” The Glucksberg Test Professor Kent Greenfield speaks to the San Francisco Chronicle about SCOTUS nominee Kavanaugh and a potential sign on his emotions around Roe v Wade.
DACA Battle Continues Professor Kari Hong comments within the Washington Post on the negotiations between Democrats and Republicans on a solution to DACA and immigration. ID’d By Nationality Professor Holper feedback in Commonwealth Magazine on the rising frequency of the MA US Attorney’s workplace identifying defendants by their nationality. Battle for Control Professor Brian Quinn talks to Reuters in regards to the CBS lawsuit in opposition to National Amusements, a part of the battle over a proposed merger. Under Fire BC Law medical professor Paul Tremblay talks to the Boston Globe in regards to the questions raised about City Hall ties of outside counsel investigating the fireplace division.