Bloomberg BNA carried an article about the briefs filed in the Zarda v Altitude Express case, including the brief we filed.
This article in the Connecticut Law Tribune summarizes the GOA/GOF brief in the Soto v Bushmaster litigation in Connecticut.
Reuters mentioned the brief we filed in Zarda in this article.
Today, SCOTUSBlog named Patriotic Veterans v. Hill its Petition of the Day — a case in which we are co-counsel. This Petition is scheduled for the Court’s conference on June 22, 2017.
Our firm’s new website www.biblicalgrid.com is discussed by Bill Olson in this interview with David Schnittger of Southwest Prophecy Ministries. Our BiblicalGrid website was launched on May 15 as a compendium of Christian and pro-liberty websites, as well as others which regularly report on important matters.
This article in World Net Daily discusses the series of four articles our firm wrote for the U.S. Justice Foundation on the American Bar Association’s latest effort to make the nation’s lawyers behave in a politically correct manner — ABA Ethics Rule 8.4. The article states “Titus and Olson contend it’s the ABA’s “plan to politically purify the legal profession.”
Bill Olson was quoted in this article about the Supreme Court’s Order issued Monday vacating the Fourth Circuit’s decision in G.G. v. Gloucester County and remanding the case to the Fourth Circuit.
Herb Titus of our firm is quoted in this article in PoliZette/LifeZette concerning President Obama’s last-minute designation of vast new national monuments in Utah and Nevada.
World Net Daily’s Bob Unruh published a timely story exposing the true nature of the ABA proposed ethics change, published on the eve of the meeting of the ABA House of Delegates in San Francisco.
The Daily Caller carried a story today about U.S. State Department request for extraordinary delays in making public disclosure of certain of Hillary Clinton’s emails, in a case brought by our firm for Citizens United.
Forbes contributor George Leef’s article “Justice Thomas Asks: Why are Second Amendment Rights So Easily Taken Away,” discusses Justice Thomas’ questions, and our brief in the Voisine case. (See page 2 of 3.)