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"Don't Get Fooled by COVID-19 Scams"

April 01, 2020

Naomi R. Cahn writes in Forbes with suggestions for protection against various kinds of scams during the COVID-19 crisis.

"The Trump Card: Tarnishing Planning, Democracy, and the Environment"

April 01, 2020
Robert L. Glicksman co-writes in the Environmental Law Reporter about Trump's proposed revisions to the National Environmental Policy Act.

"Defense Department Issues Critical Memo on Contractor Reimbursement During COVID-19 Crisis"

March 31, 2020

Christopher R. Yukins writes in Public Procurement International about a DoD memo calling for contractor reimbursement for employee down-time.

"Amazon Auditions to Be 'the New Red Cross' in COVID-19 Crisis"

March 31, 2020

William E. Kovacic is quoted in the Financial Times about how Amazon's response to COVID-19 may help or hurt the company.

"Religious Leaders Rebel Against Local Gathering Rules During Pandemic"

March 31, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Times about how primary authority over public health and police powers rests with the states.

"New Trump Mileage Standards to Gut Obama Climate Effort"

March 30, 2020

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. is quoted by the Associated Press about the Trump administration's rollback of Obama-era vehicle mileage standards.

"Exclusive: Kushner Firm Built the Coronavirus Website Trump Promised"

March 30, 2020

Jessica Tillipman is quoted in The Atlantic about how a company website connected to Jared Kushner may have violated federal ethics laws.

"Governors Should Focus on Tackling Coronavirus Rather Than Shift Blame"

March 28, 2020

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about how the nation's governors are handing the coronavirus crisis.

"Western Governors Demand Say in NEPA Overhaul"

March 25, 2020

Robert L. Glicksman is quoted in Greenwire about governors requesting a bigger role in reshaping the nation's landmark environmental law.

"Coronavirus Test: What Makes a Good Leader in Times of Crisis?"

March 25, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about the various ways government leaders are addressing coronavirus concerns.

"Congress Moves to End Its Crisis Over Insider Training on Outbreak"

March 25, 2020
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about members of Congress who sold stock before the government took critical measures on coronavirus.

"Race Bias Harder to Prove Under High Court's Comcast Ruling"

March 24, 2020

W. Burlette Carter is quoted by Bloomberg Law about a SCOTUS ruling that plaintiffs who sue for race discrimination must meet a stricter standard.

"Virtual Democracy Means Congress and the Courts Should Go Online Now"

March 21, 2020

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the conceptual and cultural barriers to a virtual democracy.

"Trump's Procurement Mistake May Cost American Lives"

March 20, 2020
Christopher R. Yukins writes in Public Procurement International about Trump's declaration that states should procure emergency medical equipment.

"Trump Inches Closer to Exercising Powers Over Medical Supply Chain"

March 18, 2020
Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Federal Computer Week about Trump invoking the Defense Production Act to address a medical supply shortage.