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“Facebook Deceived Users About the Way It Used Phone Numbers, Facial Recognition, FTC to Allege In Complaint”

July 23, 2019

William E. Kovacic is quoted by The Washington Post on an upcoming case between Facebook and the Federal Trade Commission.

"She Went to Court to Save Her 3-Year-Old Daughter. Days Later, the Child Was Dead."

July 22, 2019

Joan S. Meier is quoted by The New York Times on the court's distrust of abuse claims made by mothers in custody cases.

"In Re Trump: Opening the Mandamus Can of Worms"

July 22, 2019
Alan B. Morrison writes for Final Decisions on how a case in the Fourth Circuit could affect the future of appellate jurisdiction in federal courts.

“$6,250: What an Inmate Cleared of Murder After Nearly 3 Decades Could Get Per Year Behind Bars”

July 22, 2019

Jeffrey S. Gutman is quoted by ABC News on how Oklahoma’s compensation caps adversely affect longer-serving exonerees.

“Arnold Reitze: Regional Haze Plan Wasn’t Worth Fighting About’’

July 20, 2019

Arnold W. Reitze, Jr. writes for the Salt Lake Tribune on the controversy of the regional haze plan recently passed by Utah's Air Quality Board.

“What to Expect When Mueller Testifies: Not Much’’

July 20, 2019
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how Mueller's testimony before Congress could focus on obstruction, campaign finance, and emoluments.

“John Paul Stevens Was the Babe Ruth of the Bench, Minus the Theatrics’’

July 19, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes for The Washington Post on John Paul Stevens' legal legacy.

“Democrats Hope Mueller Testimony Will Put Bright Spotlight on Trump’s Efforts to Derail Investigation"

July 19, 2019

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Washington Post on Special Counsel Mueller's conclusions in the investigation against President Trump.

"Chegg: Professors and Publishers Turn to Copyright Laws to Remove Material from Chegg's Website"

July 19, 2019

Robert Brauneis is quoted by Capitol Forum on potential intellectual property violations regarding test questions posted on Chegg.

“Trump Expressed Concerns About Pentagon Cloud-Computing Contract"

July 17, 2019
Steven L. Schooner is quoted by the Los Angeles Times on the dangers of President Trump's involvement in an individual procurement proceeding.

“Democratic Lawmakers Accuse Their Own Party of Proposing ‘Deep’ Cuts to Health Centers for Poor"

July 17, 2019
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by The Washington Post on how flat level funding would limit the amount of health care provided to low-income Americans.

“House Unravels With Rise of 'Les Enfants Terrible'"

July 17, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the overruling of the House parliamentarian’s conclusion concerning Nancy Pelosi's resolution.

“The Impartial Justice"

July 17, 2019

Jeffrey Rosen writes for The Atlantic on the legacy John Paul Stevens left on the Supreme Court.

“Constitutional Scholars Question Impeaching Trump for 'Bigotry'"

July 17, 2019

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Washington Examiner on the difference between condemnation and grounds for impeachment.

“Justice John Paul Stevens Exemplified a Dignified and Reserved Supreme Court"

July 17, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes for USA Today on the late Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens' quiet but profound impact on American law.