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"Turley Says There Are 'A Number of Flaws' in the Case for Trump's Arrest"

Jonathan Turley was quoted by the Washington Examiner from his appearance on Fox and Friends Saturday.

"Get Ready for Manhattan DA’s Made-for-TV Trump Prosecution: High on Ratings, But Short on the Law"

Jonathan Turley wrote for The Hill about the expected indictment of Donald Trump by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

"Google Stacks its Legal Team with Former DOJ Employees as it Faces Antitrust Cases"

William Kovacic was quoted by CNBC about Google hiring former DOJ employees as it faces antitrust lawsuits.

"Hunter Biden Countersuit Against Wilmington Computer Repairman 'One of the Weirdest Filings'"

Jonathan Turley appeared on Fox News to discuss Hunter Biden’s countersuit against the Wilmington computer repairman.

"Proud Boys Defense Puts on a Show, for Those Inside Court and Out"

Stephen Saltzburg was quoted by the Washington Post regarding Proud Boys’ attorneys making remarks seemingly for the benefit of the public rather than the jury.

"Colorado Has Taken Steps to Improve Maternal Care, But More Work Needed to Advance Health Equity"

Dayna Bowen Matthew was quoted in the Denver Post about addressing the disparities in maternal and infant mortality, which may take a change in the legal system

"What is 'Moral Hazard,' and Why Does Silicon Valley Bank Have Us Talking About it Again?"

Arthur Wilmarth was quoted about the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. covering all accounts at Silicon Valley Bank beyond the formal insurance cap.

"Wave of Federal Judges Ditch Bench for Lucrative Big Law Jobs"

John Collins was quoted by Bloomberg Law about the wave of federal judges who are leaving their Senate-confirmed positions to move into private sector jobs.

"SVB's Demise: Why Didn't US Bank Regulators See it Coming?"

Arthur Wilmarth was quoted by Agence Free-Presses about bank regulators missing the warning signs ahead of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.

"What Silicon Valley Bank's collapse means for Europeans"

Arthur Wilmarth was quoted by DW about what Silicon Valley Bank's collapse means for Europeans.