Herb Titus and Bill Olson wrote the article “Arizona v. United States: Reading the Tea Leaves of Oral Argument” published on AmericanThinker.com today. An excerpt from the article follows:
“Justices Scalia and Kennedy’s questions seemed to track our brief’s line of reasoning, asking whether Arizona had the power to exclude aliens who are not legally in the country. If
Herb Titus wrote a memorandum 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. The memorandum discusses the interplay between Virginia H.B. 1160 and the federal law that it addresses, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012.
Delegate Bob Marshall sent this
Bill Olson and Herb Titus wrote the article “United States v. Jones Is Rebuilding The Property Foundation Of The Fourth Amendment” published by the Western Center for Journalism today. The article discusses today’s Supreme Court decision in the case of
Herb Titus and Bill Olson wrote the article “The Proposed Enemy Expatriation Act: Sending American Citizens into Exile” published on AmericanThinker.com today. An excerpt from the article follows:
“Introduced as S. 1698 in the Senate and as
In a hard hitting essay first published in the Fall 2011 issue of the William & Mary Journal of Women in the Law, Herb Titus critically tracks the process by which the 111th Congress repealed “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.” Titus maintains that from start to finish, the Democratic leadership chose to bring about repeal, utilizing an unconstitutional strategy that breached House rules,
Bill Olson and Herb Titus wrote “Federal Trade Commission v. Daniel Chapter One, A Story of Government Suppression of Alternative Medicine” which covers our firms representation of Daniel Chapter One, a historical perspective of the attack on alternative medicine, the federal assault on dietary supplements and alternative medicine, the story of Daniel Chapter One, and the
Herb Titus recently wrote two “op ed” articles arguing that the Iowa Governor has a constitutional duty not to enforce the Iowa Supreme Court’s opinion that the state constitution requires that the state’s law defining marriage must be redefined to include same-sex couples.
On behalf of Gun Owners Foundation, our firm authored “BATF Firearm Civil Forfeiture Procedures and Policies: An Attorney’s Guide” on July 4, 2007. The guide is intended to provide a procedural overview for attorneys unfamiliar with civil forfeiture law as it applies to firearms, including what to expect from the BATF, and how to go about recovering seized assets.
This manual has
Bill Olson co-authored “Evaluating Negotiated Services Agreements for Market Dominant Products Under PAEA,” a paper presented by co-author John Haldi, Ph.D. at the 27th Annual Eastern Conference, Advanced Workshop in Regulation and Competition, Skytop, Pennsylvania (May 15, 2008).
The unconstitutional practice of congressional earmarks as a violation of the separation of powers and the prohibition against titles of nobility was the topic of an article by Herb Titus, published in the April 2008 issue of the Perspective, a monthly public policy journal of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, headquartered in Oklahoma City.
Today, the day after oral argument in the Heller case in which we filed an amicus brief, Herb Titus and Bill Olson were asked to write an op-ed piece for USA Today.
The USA Today editors wrote an editorial entitled “Our View: Preserve limits on guns” and our counterpoint is entitled “Opposing view: An unambiguous right.”
On behalf of Gun Owners Foundation, our firm authored “BATF Firearm Civil Forfeiture Procedures and Policies: An Attorney’s Guide.” The guide is intended to provide a procedural overview for attorneys unfamiliar with civil forfeiture law as it applies to firearms, including what to expect from the BATF, and how to go about recovering seized assets.
This manual has been revised as
A paper by John Haldi, Ph.D. and William J. Olson entitled “Economic Imperatives that Drive Further De-averaging of Postal Rates” was presented today by Dr. Haldi at the 15th Conference on Postal Delivery and Economics in Semmering, Austria.
In response to our firm’s still-pending FOIA lawsuit on behalf of TREA Senior Citizens League (TSCL) in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the Social Security Administration (“SSA”) finally released the “U.S.-Mexico Social Security Totalization Agreement,” hand-delivering it to the firm in late December 2006.
This is the first known release of the Mexican Totalization
A paper by Herb Titus, “The Constitution and the High Court: The Case for Constitutional Fidelity,” was published in the Fall 2006 edition of The Christian Lawyer. (The paper begins on page 5 of the PDF.)
In July, 2006, our firm prepared a paper entitled “Assessing the Threat to Second Amendment Rights Posed by the U.S. Supreme Court’s Use of Foreign Law In Constitutional Interpretation” which was published by Gun Owners Foundation.
The paper critically analyzes two recent Supreme Court cases (Roper v.Simmons, and Lawrence v. Texas) in which the Court has relied
A legal analysis of Birthright Citizenship, written by Bill Olson, Herb Titus and Alan Woll, was re-released by U.S. Border Control today. The paper, “Children Born in the United States to Aliens Should Not, by Constitutional Right, Be U.S. Citizens” was originally published in January 2001,and then updated in March 2003. The House of Representatives is expected to be considering legislation
Bill Olson co-authored a paper with postal economist Dr. John Haldi (of Haldi Associates, Inc.) entitled “Enhancing Competition By Unbundling the Postal Administration” which was published in Crew & Kleindorfer, Progress Toward Liberalization of the Postal and Delivery Sector, Springer Science+ Business Media, Inc., 2006, and presented at the Thirteenth Conference on Postal &
Bill Olson has co-authored a paper with postal economist Dr. John Haldi (of Haldi Associates, Inc.) entitled “Enhancing Competition By Unbundling the Postal Administration” which will be presented at the Thirteenth Conference on Postal & Delivery Economics, Antwerp, Belgium, June 1 –