- Obama Cybersecurity Official Joins Jones Day
- 4th Circuit Grants 2nd Chance for NSA Spying Lawsuit
- Labaton Sucharow Expands SEC Whistleblower Practice With Hire of Three Ex-SEC and DOJ Officials
- Trump's DOJ Can't Quickly End Suit Over Rule-Rollback Order
- EEOC Fights Ninth Circuit Ruling That 'Institutionalizes' Gender Pay Gap
- Under the Hood of Gibson Dunn's Regulatory Team on Major CFPB, SEC Cases
Last year a spokeswoman said the court's budget hearing did not take place because of "a compressed Supreme Court and congressional schedule."
The ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit allows Wikimedia to argue the merits of its case against the NSA in a public courtroom.
Two Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher lawyers will argue Wednesday against the CFPB and the SEC in rare, back-to-back full-court argument sessions in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. We recently caught up with Gibson Dunn partner Helgi Walker, co-chair of the firm's administrative law and regulatory practice group, about the preparation for the two cases and the firm's approach to the new regulatory climate under President Trump.
A lawsuit challenging the Trump administration's order that agencies eliminate two existing regulations for each new one will go forward despite the U.S. Justice Department's effort to end it quickly on procedural grounds.
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