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“Huawei Founder Denies His Firm Spies For China”

January 15, 2019
Donald C. Clarke is quoted by NPR about Ren Zhengfei's assertions that his company would refuse to hand over user information to the government.

“'Legal Giant' of D.C. Circuit Molded Environmental Law”

January 14, 2019

Robert L. Glicksman is quoted by E&E News about Judge Patricia Wald’s influence and contributions to environmental law.

“Canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg Risks Death Penalty in China as Drug Smuggling Retrial Begins”

January 14, 2019
Donald C. Clarke is quoted by the South China Morning Post about the retrial in China of a Canadian man on drug smuggling charges.

“Vitals Roundup”

January 14, 2019
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by Axios about how the Trump administration is considering giving states the ability to receive Medicaid block grants.

“Former AG Mukasey, NAACP Leader Among Witnesses at Bill Barr Confirmation Hearing’’

January 14, 2019

Jonathan Turley is mentioned by The Washington Times about how he will testify at the Senate confirmation hearing for attorney general nominee William Barr.

“Canadian Sentenced to Death in China, Escalating a Bitter Diplomatic Row’’

January 14, 2019

Donald C. Clarke is quoted by the Los Angeles Times about how the Canadian’s sentence appears to reinforce the message of China’s views of hostage taking.

“The Supreme Court Could Reinterpret the First Amendment in a Conservative Direction this Term. Here's How”

January 14, 2019
Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by Deseret News about the establishment clause and how it relates to the First Liberty Institute case.

“Medicaid Block Grants Invite Legal Firestorm”

January 14, 2019

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by Axios about whether the Trump administration has the authority to give states the ability to receive Medicaid block grants.

“China Sentences a Canadian, Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, to Death’’

January 14, 2019

Donald C. Clarke is quoted by The New York Times about the death sentence given in China to a Canadian man for drug smuggling.

“Witch Hunt or Mole Hunt? Times Bombshell Blows Up All Theories”

January 12, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about how the New York Times published a story naming Trump as a possible national security threat.

“RBG's Health and the Future of SCOTUS”

January 12, 2019

Jeffrey Rosen speaks to CNN’s “Smerconish’’ about how Ruth Bader Ginsburg missed oral arguments for the first time in 25 years and the future of the Supreme Court.

“A Real-World Battle Over Dancing Avatars: Did Fortnite Steal the Floss?”

January 11, 2019
Robert Brauneis is quoted in The New York Times about if the dancing Fortnite avatars are violating performers' "right of publicity."

“China Gives Four Days’ Notice for Canadian’s Retrial on Drug Charges’’

January 11, 2019
Donald C. Clarke is quoted by the South China Morning Post about the retrial in China of a Canadian man on drug smuggling charges.

“Recusal Redux: Attorney General Nominee Might Have to Cede Oversight of Mueller Investigation if Confirmed”

January 11, 2019

Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Washington Examiner about whether the friendship between William Barr and Robert Mueller will cause Barr to recuse himself from the Russia investigation.

“The Chinese Embassy Shows How Not to Win Friends and Influence People”

January 11, 2019

Donald C. Clarke is quoted by The Globe And Mail about hostage-taking and how it relates to the detentions of Canadians and Ms. Meng’s arrest.

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