U.S. Supreme Court

MORRISON V. NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK: EFFECTS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

April 22, 2011 Commentary

Guest post by Joseph Gulino, DRRT Investigations, Governance & Compliance. Miami, Florida First published by the ABA International Section of Law, January 2011, Volume 6, Issue 4. MORRISON V. NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK: EFFECTS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES With the decision in Morrison v. National Australia Bank (NAB), the U.S. Supreme Court drastically changed the landscape of […]

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Let’s Change the Way Supreme Court Justices are Appointed

August 3, 2010 Commentary

Guest Post by Carlos Gonzalez. President Obama was elected on a platform of change. Yet, when it comes to appointing federal judges, especially justices to the U.S. Supreme Court, change is the last thing we have seen. Consider Elena Kagan. I was disappointed by her nomination, not because I disagree with her views on key […]

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