An article by Jeffrey Scott Shapiro in The New American discusses the litigation we co-counseled with Lawrence J. Straw, Esquire, to prevent the unilateral implementation of SALT II Treaty: “During the Reagan presidency, the Conservative Caucus unsuccessfully challenged an executive order in U.S. District Court that was dismissed for lack of standing. The order allowed President Reagan to unilaterally implement the SALT II treaty with the U.S.S.R., which the Senate refused to ratify.”
Bill Olson was quoted extensively regarding the definition of marriage on pages 4-6 of The United States Law Week Supreme Court Today article “Supreme Court’s Social Calendar Wide Open But Same-Sex Marriage, VRA May Join Party” by Bernard J. Pazanowski. Our firm filed amicus briefs in two of the cases mentioned in the article, Dennis Hollingsworth,et al. v. Kristin M. Perry, et al. and Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group of the United States House of Representatives v. Nancy Gill, et al.
This Washington Post blog article “Del. Marshall, again, urges McDonnell to sign detention bill” by Anita Kumar discusses the memorandum written by Herb Titus for Delegate Bob Marshall on H.B. 1160 — A bill to Prevent Virginia from Aiding the U.S. Military in the Detention of Virginians under the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012. Delegate Bob Marshall sent this legal analysis of H.B. 1160 to Govenor Bob McDonnell.
Chuck Baldwin’s editorial opinion “Obama Administration ‘Rigging’ US Census By Counting Illegal Aliens” discusses our amicus brief in the case of Louisiana v. John Bryson in the United States Supreme Court. Our amicus brief was filed in support of plaintiffs’ motion for leave to file a bill of complaint, challenging the constitutionality of the 2010 Census. Chuck Baldwin is one of the amici curiae.
Bill Olson was quoted in The United States Law Week article “D.C. Handgun Registration Requirement, Ban on Assault Weapons, Big Magazines OK” on October 11, 2011 by Bernard J. Pazanowski discussing the recent decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in Heller v.District of Columbia (Heller 2) and the amicus brief filed by our firm in this case for Gun Owners of America, et al.
The amicus brief filed by our firm in United States v. Bernard von NotHaus in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina Statesville Division on behalf of Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee is discussed in The New York Sun editorial “Von NotHaus’ Question” on June 1, 2011.
GATA’s litigation against the Fed that is being handled by our firm was discussed in this interview of GATA Secretary/Treasurer Chris Powell by James Turk, Director of GoldMoney Foundation.
Herb Titus was quoted in the The National Law Journal article “Heller II: The Sequel” by Mike Scarcella regarding the Heller v. District of Columbia (Heller II) case in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Our firm filed an amicus brief in this case.
Bill Olson will testify at the Kagan Confirmation Hearing on Panel 3 this evening. The hearing begins at 4 p.m. and will conclude sometime later tonight. Coverage is available on C-SPAN at the following link:
The Rachel Maddow Show picked up on the Huffington Post hit piece about our firm. More thoughtful commentary about Bill Olson’s testimony against Elena Kagan ‘s nomination to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.