Harvard filed an amicus brief last week opposing President Donald Trump’s immigration ... at least four Harvard affiliates from entering the country. Some Harvard groups have also issued responses to the new executive order. Harvard’s International.
As previously reported, earlier this month the Department of Justice filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court in Masterpiece ... Justice Department lawyers said was an unusually large group of attorneys—eight in all—whose names appeared on the.
“This is a very prestigious group of organizations ... survivors should be sacrificed on the altar of the open records law.” An amicus brief is a written argument filed by a party outside of a lawsuit in favor of one of the parties involved in the.
Chicago — Attorney General Lisa Madigan today joined a coalition of 13 Attorneys General in filing a new amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court ... And voter turnout among particular demographic groups—including racial minorities, young voters.
Amicus briefs like this one are limited to 9,000 words. Filed on behalf of a group of “cake artists” across the country, the brief’s stated aim is to illustrate “literally, through the images of their own work … that cake design and preparation.
On Monday, ASPPH and 30 other organizations representing various health professions, filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court, asking it to maintain the current injunctions against implementing the Trump Administration’s immigration executive.
Finally, a group of intellectual property filed an amicus brief addressing the trademark arguments advanced by plaintiffs-appellees, arguing that the trademark infringement claims should be barred because the SDOs objections do not create a separate.
and the Union of Concerned Scientists all filed an amicus brief in support of the university. The drug company Pfizer even got in on it, because it collaborates with University of Arizona researchers and was concerned about the precedent. These groups said.
18, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Attorneys for the Second Amendment Foundation today filed an amicus brief supporting a request for the ... publishing and legal action group focusing on the Constitutional right and heritage to privately own and possess.
NEW YORK — A diverse group of organizations and individuals has filed 18 amicus briefs urging the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down an Ohio voter purge practice that has resulted in thousands of Ohioans being denied their right to vote. Briefs have been.