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A Morrison & Foerster associate who recently completed a U.S. Supreme Court clerkship will argue Wednesday against former solicitor general Seth Waxman in a major race discrimination case that involves the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
The U.S. Justice Department has a duty to enforce and defend federal laws—unless the agency can't do so in a "reasonable way," U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions said Tuesday during his confirmation hearing to be U.S. attorney general.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide where a major challenge over an Obama administration clean-water rule should be waged—in a federal appellate court or the federal district courts. The justices agreed to hear claims from national companies, 29 states and agriculture-related groups that argued the litigation should take place in federal district courts and not in a federal appellate court.