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    Klay v. Panetta Oral Arugment

    The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in the military sexual assault case Ariana Klay v. Leon Panetta. A lower court judge in 2013 dismissed the case in…

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    Common Cause v. Joseph Biden Oral Argument

    A three-judge panel on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral argument on whether the U.S. Senate’s 60-vote filibuster rule is unconstitutional. The case, Common Cause v.…

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    NACS v. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System Oral Argument

    A three-judge panel of the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral argument in NACS v. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, which concerns caps on the debit…

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    Association of American Physicians v. Kathleen Sebelius Oral Arguments

    The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in Association of American Physicians v. Kathleen Sebelius. The case centers on rules in the Affordable Care Act…

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    Gilardi v. Department of Health and Human Services Oral Argument

    The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral argument on the requirement in the Affordable Care Act that employer health insurance include coverage for all contraceptive…

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    Verizon v. Federal Communications Commission Oral Argument

    A three-judge panel for the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral argument on whether Internet service providers must continue to treat all traffic equally in the case Verizon v. Federal…

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    America and the Courts

    America and the Courts featured Supreme Court Chief Justice Rehnquist and Judge Wald offering their perspectives on military and international tribunals. They answered questions from…

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    United States v. Microsoft, Day 2, Part 2

    Microsoft and U.S. attorneys presented arguments and answered questions from a seven-judge panel on attempted monopolization, conduct of the previous antitrust trial, relief decisions, and…

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    United States v. Microsoft, Day 2, Part 1

    Microsoft and U.S. attorneys presented arguments and answered questions from a seven-judge panel on attempted monopolization, conduct of the previous antitrust trial, relief decisions, and…

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    United States v. Microsoft Reaction

    Advocates for companies opposing Microsoft in the case of United States v. Microsoft spoke to reporters about the oral arguments in the appeal of the case. They also answered questions…

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    United States v. Microsoft, Day 1, Part 2

    After a break, Microsoft and U.S. attorneys continued to present arguments to a seven-judge panel in Microsoft’s appeal in the U.S. v. Microsoft antitrust case. Issues included…

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    United States v. Microsoft, Day 1, Part 1

    Microsoft and U.S. attorneys presented arguments to a seven-judge panel in Microsoft’s appeal in the U.S. v. Microsoft antitrust case. Issues included monopoly maintenance and…

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    United States v. Microsoft Reaction

    Lawyers representing various interests in the case of United States v. Microsoft spoke about the day’s appeals hearing and answered questions from reporters.

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    Challenges for the Federal Judiciary

    This panel of respected legal minds, which was moderated by Dean Sullivan, discussed the question of technology and its appropriate use in court rooms. Widespread disagreement emerged…

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    The History and Future of the Supreme Court

    Justice Rehnquist spoke about the history of the Supreme Court. He talked about the various justices who have served on the court as well as the influences they have had on the…

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    Ethics and the Government Lawyer

    Participants discussed several ethical questions with which government lawyers have to contend, including the differences between their tasks and private counsel tasks in civil and criminal…

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    Judicial Conference

    The 1992 judicial conference of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit featured remarks on the business of the U.S. Court of Appeals from two chief judges on the D.C.…

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    Separation of Powers in the Constitution

    It is generally agreed by all of the panelists in this roundtable discussion that the separation of powers is important to democracy. Scalia argues that this system prevents any one…

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    Congress & the Judiciary

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