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"Three Steps To Interrupt Bias At Work"

December 04, 2019

Naomi R. Cahn writes for Forbes on how to disrupt workplace bias and involve employees in solution.

"What's Next for the Impeachment Inquiry? GW Law Professor Weighs In"

December 03, 2019

Paul Schiff Berman spoke to WUSA's "The Q & A With Bruce Johnson" on the importance of the impeachment case despite politics.

"Fountain Hills Woman Detained for 3 Months by Chinese Authorities in Shanghai"

December 03, 2019

Donald C. Clarke is quoted by the Arizona Republic on the difficulty of defining "crime of provocation" in Chinese law.

"No Easy Arthrex Fix as Full-Court Review Looms, Attorneys Say"

December 03, 2019

John M. Whealan is quoted by Bloomberg Law on the likelihood that the patent judge appointment case will be granted a cert petition.

"House Panel Impeachment Report to be Released Tuesday: Schiff"

December 02, 2019

Jonathan Turley is mentioned by Reuters for testifying on whether Trump should face formal articles of impeachment.

"Democrats Ready Impeachment Report as Republicans Argue Trump Did Nothing Wrong"

December 02, 2019

Jonathan Turley is mentioned by The New York Times on being called as a witness before the House Judiciary Committee.

"Meet the Constitutional Law Scholars Who Will Help the House Figure Out Impeachment"

December 02, 2019

Jonathan Turley was mentioned by the National Law Journal for being called to testify before the House Judiciary Committee.

"How Much Did Mike Pence Know About Pressure on Ukraine? Testimony Suggests Effort to Flag Concerns"

December 01, 2019

Jonathan Turley is quoted by USA Today on how Democrats' speed in impeachment hearings is leaving holes in their case.

"Tennessee Becomes New Front in Fight to Overhaul Medicaid"

December 01, 2019

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by The Hill on how the state of Tennessee's proposed changes to Medicaid will lead to benefit cuts.

"LIBOR Demise • Trump’s Tax Returns • California’s Business Tax"

November 30, 2019

Alan B. Morrison is mentioned in a Bloomberg Tax Insights for his op-ed on the subpoenas for President Donald Trump’s tax returns.

"Watergate Line Speaks Volumes About Weak Impeachment Case"

November 30, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how the current impeachment case is not like the Nixon impeachment.

"Who Owns Georgia's Lawbook?"

November 29, 2019

Roger E. Schechter is quoted by Gray TV on how Georgia is likely to win a lawsuit for the right to sell copies of state law.

"Adam Schiff’s Capacious Definition of Bribery Was Tried in 1787"

November 28, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes for The Wall Street Journal on the Founding Fathers' interpretation of bribery and impeachment.

"Thanksgiving for Caregiving"

November 27, 2019

Naomi R. Cahn writes for Forbes about how caregivers can manage the balance between work and family while taking care of those in need.

"Support Builds for Patriots Owner Robert Kraft in Sex Videos Court Battle"

November 27, 2019
Stephen A. Saltzburg is mentioned by South Florida Sun Sentinel for the amicus brief he is submitting in favor of Kraft's defense against Flordia police.