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UK Supreme Court Decides Suspending UK Parliament Was Unlawful
The UK's highest court has today ruled (here) that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend (or "prorogue") Parliament for five weeks, from September 9, 2019 until October 14, 2019, was unlawful.
1 Oct 2019
New York Court Of Appeals Round-Up & Preview (September 2019)
The New York Court of Appeals Round-Up & Preview summarizes key opinions in civil cases issued by the Court over the past year and highlights a number of civil cases of potentially broad
United States
5 Sep 2019
New UK Prime Minister – What Has Happened?
Boris Johnson has won the Conservative leadership race and is the new Prime Minister of the UK.
United States
1 Aug 2019
2019 Mid-Year False Claims Act Update
As we progress through the Trump Administration's third year, robust False Claims Act ("FCA") enforcement continues. At the same time, the Administration has continued to signal
United States
25 Jul 2019
The Power To Investigate: Table Of Authorities Of House And Senate Committees For The 116th Congress
For the fifth successive Congress, Gibson Dunn is pleased to release a table of authorities that summarizes the various, and, in many instances, expanding investigative authorities and powers
United States
17 Jul 2019
Supreme Court Sends 2020 Census Citizenship Question Back To The Department Of Commerce, Citing Contrived Rationale
To apportion Members of the House of Representatives among the States, the Constitution requires an "Enumeration" of the population every ten years, "in such Manner" as Congress "shall by Law direct
United States
11 Jul 2019
Supreme Court Holds That The First Amendment Does Not Apply To Private Operators Of Public Access Television Channels
Today, the Supreme Court held 5-4 that private operators of public access television channels are not state actors subject to the First Amendment.
United States
28 Jun 2019
Cooperation Credit In False Claims Act Cases: Opportunities And Limitations In DOJ's New Guidance
t remains to be seen which way this discretion cuts in practice.
United States
4 Jun 2019
Brexit – What Happened?
Clients and friends will understand that we have felt unable to circulate a running commentary on Brexit as events have been so fast moving and volatile.
European Union
3 May 2019
President Trump Issues Two Executive Orders On Energy Infrastructure
On April 10, 2019, President Trump issued two long awaited executive orders ("EOs") intended to promote the development of energy infrastructure through several regulatory reforms.
United States
30 Apr 2019
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