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Laurence Silberman

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"We doubt that Congress intended to include the White House or the Executive Office of the President" within the constraints of the antinepotism law, Judge Laurence Silberman wrote in the 1993 ruling involving Hillary Clinton. He added: "So, for ...
A Yale Law school graduate, McIntosh was a law clerk to Judge Dennis Jacobs of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and to Judge Laurence Silberman on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. the White House announced several other ...
A Yale Law school graduate, McIntosh was a law clerk to Judge Dennis Jacobs of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and to Judge Laurence Silberman on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. the White House announced several other ...
Laurence Silberman, a very bright and conservative senior judge on the federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., revives his previous notion of a liberal, activist press impacting judges.
The American participants were Richard Allen, subsequently Reagan's first national security adviser, Allen aide Laurence Silberman, and Robert McFarlane, another future national security adviser who in 1980 was on the staff of Senator John Tower (R-TX).
After hearing from lawyers on both sides in January, the three judges who will hear the case today -- Cornelia Pillard, Harry Edwards and Laurence Silberman -- decided to press ahead. Because the commission is no longer defending a key provision of its ...
Now with a majority of Republican members, the FCC recently told a federal appeals court it would no longer defend its caps on fees for calls made by prisoners, designed to help inmates maintain connections with loved ones and reduce recidivism.
Judge Laurence Silberman wrote, "So, for example, a president would be barred from appointing his brother as attorney general, but perhaps not as a White House special assistant.
Given the composition of the D.C. Circuit Court (Laurence Silberman again, implicated in the October Surprise before his appointment by Reagan, was one of the judges), the order restricting Walsh's investigatory authority can be interpreted as the ...
The anti-nepotism law was not directly at issue in the case, but Judge Laurence Silberman, appointed by President Ronald Reagan, wrote then that the law probably does not cover White House staff.
Earlier in his career, Berry clerked for United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas and Judge Laurence Silberman of the United States Court of Appeals for the District Of Columbia Circuit. Additionally, he worked as a staff attorney ...
He graduated from Princeton University in New Jersey and Yale Law school in Connecticut, and later clerked for the late Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist as well as Judge Laurence Silberman of the D.C. Circuit. 5. Judge Neil Gorsuch.
Steven Colloton, who just turned 54 on January 9, is a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit. Colloton graduated from Princeton University and Yale Law school before clerking for Judge Laurence Silberman on the U. S. Court of Appeals ...
"We doubt that Congress intended to include the White House or the Executive Office of the President" D.C. Circuit Judge Laurence Silberman wrote in the 1993 decision, according to The Daily Beast. "So, for example, a President would be barred from ...
The anti-nepotism law was not directly at issue in the case, but Judge Laurence Silberman, appointed by President Ronald Reagan, wrote then that the law probably does not cover White House staff.
The anti-nepotism law was not directly at issue in the case, but Judge Laurence Silberman, appointed by President Ronald Reagan, wrote then that the law probably does not cover White House staff.
In his opinion, Judge Laurence Silberman wrote that he doubted that Congress meant for the White House staff to be considered as a federal agency for the purposes of the nepotism statutes.
He clerked for former Chief Justice William Rehnquist as well as Judge Laurence Silberman of the DC Circuit, a dear friend of Scalia.
He clerked for former Chief Justice William Rehnquist as well as Judge Laurence Silberman of the DC Circuit, a dear friend of Scalia.
It was not until a 1974 memorandum from Acting Attorney General Laurence Silberman , in response to a request from the very wealthy vice presidential nominee Nelson Rockefeller , that the president and vice president were exempted.
It was not until a 1974 memorandum from Acting Attorney General Laurence Silberman, in response to a request from the very wealthy vice presidential nominee Nelson Rockefeller, that the president and vice president were exempted.
The CIA was all but certain of the weapons and, according to Judge Laurence Silberman who headed a bi-partisan commission to look into the claims, "The Intelligence Community's 2002 National intelligence Estimate stated, in a formal presentation to ...
Hillary's appointment was challenged by a lobbyist group, but U.S. District Judge Laurence Silberman wrote that FLOTUS could serve on the task force because "a president would be barred from appointing his brother as attorney general, but perhaps not ...
It was not until a 1974 memorandum from Acting Attorney General Laurence Silberman, in response to a request from the very wealthy vice presidential nominee Nelson Rockefeller, that the president and vice president were exempted.
"We doubt that Congress intended to include the White House or the Executive Office of the President," D.C. Circuit Judge Laurence Silberman wrote of the anti-nepotism law. The opinion went on to suggest that while a President could not appoint his ...
Acting Attorney General Laurence Silberman claimed in 1974 that "weighty constitutional problems" would arise if the conflict statute were applied to the president.
He clerked for former Chief Justice William Rehnquist as well as Judge Laurence Silberman of the DC Circuit, a dear friend of Scalia.
When President Bill Clinton asked then-First Lady Hillary to head his health care task force, they were sued, and D.C. Circuit Court judges Laurence Silberman and Stephen Williams ruled that "a President would be barred from appointing his brother as ...
... would render Section 208 [the main conflict-of-interest law] applicable to the President; and it seems almost certain that the President and Vice President were intended to be treated alike," wrote Laurence Silberman, the then the acting attorney ...
Judge Laurence Silberman wrote, "So, for example, a president would be barred from appointing his brother as attorney general, but perhaps not as a White House special assistant.
Judge Laurence Silberman wrote, "So, for example, a president would be barred from appointing his brother as attorney general, but perhaps not as a White House special assistant.
... nel 1967, non riguarda le nomine alla Casa Bianca. "Dubitiamo che il Congresso volesse includere la Casa Bianca o l'Ufficio esecutivo del presidente" nello statuto anti-nepotismo, scrivevano nel 1993 i due giudici, Laurence Silberman e Stephen ...
Judge Laurence Silberman wrote, "So, for example, a president would be barred from appointing his brother as attorney general, but perhaps not as a White House special assistant.
"We doubt that Congress intended to include the White House or the Executive Office of the President" in the anti-nepotism statute, D.C.
... of Wiley Rein; Arthur Gajarsa, senior counsel to Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr and former judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; D.C.
Judge Laurence Silberman, a senior judge for the District Of Columbia Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals, challenged the claims of the Camardas regarding actions taken by the CFP Board against their business.
He clerked for former Chief Justice William Rehnquist as well as Judge Laurence Silberman of the DC Circuit, a dear friend of Scalia.
Then Lt. Colonel and now Fox News commentator Oliver North saw his Iran-Contra conviction overturned by an appellate court led by faithful Republican partisan and later Iraq WMD commissioner Laurence Silberman. And in December 1992, outgoing ...
"You get numb," Judge Laurence Silberman, who has served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District Of Columbia Circuit for 30 years, confessed to The Wall Street Journal last year.
But the cases that grab the headlines in firms' annual reports are large-scale "impact" cases against government at all levels.
"You get numb," Judge Laurence Silberman, who has served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District Of Columbia Circuit for 30 years, confessed to The Wall Street Journal last year.
Quinta Jurecic posted this week's lawfare Podcast, featuring an interview with Judge Laurence Silberman on the birth of the National Security Division of the Justice Department.
Ushers were Christopher Davis Parker and Christopher Laurence Silberman, both of Washington, and Ryan Cole Springer of Atlanta.
Last week, the National Security Division of the Justice Department celebrated its 10th anniversary by holding a major conference at the Center For Strategic And International Studies.
In a motion prior to the hearing, Mr. York asked the appeals court to unseal documents he said showed the CFP Board engaged in selective enforcement.
Then Lt. Colonel and now Fox News commentator Oliver North saw his Iran-Contra conviction overturned by an appellate court led by faithful Republican partisan and later Iraq WMD commissioner Laurence Silberman. And in December 1992, outgoing ...
Through the efforts of John Yoo at the Office of Legal Counsel and other Laurence Silberman students (and even Silberman himself through crucial and effectively unappealable Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review decisions), executive powers ...
The then US President George W. Bush (C) names Democratic former US Senator Chuck Robb (L) and former judge Laurence Silberman (R) as co-chairs of an independent commission to examine pre-war intelligence on Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction ...
"West Virginia conceded at oral argument that its claim of injury-in-fact is identical to that which would exist if Congress had initially provided that only states had authority to enforce the federal mandate," U.S.
U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, a unanimous three-judge panel, led by Judge Laurence Silberman, said the state had not suffered an "injury-in-fact" and so it lacked standing to challenge the administration's decision to decline to enforce ...


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