August 29, 2014 Last Updated at 00:07 IST Seth Waxman, chairman of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP's appellate and Supreme Court practice group, will represent the NCAA on its appeal of a federal judge's ruling that allows college athletes a share ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
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Just about everyone agrees the U.S. Postal Service must change the way it does business. It's not hard to see why: In 1970, Congress overhauled what was then known as the Post Office to create USPS, allowing it to operate independently from the ...Government Executive, 6 days ago
Congressional Republicans have a simple mantra as they take a brief break from the campaign trail and return to Washington: Do no harm. Republicans believe they are on the cusp of capturing full control of Congress for the first time since 2006.The Hill, 1 week ago
The NCAA suggested its main arguments to appeal the Ed O'Bannon ruling allowing college athletes to be paid will focus on amateurism and First Amendment rights on live broadcasts. In a filing Thursday night with the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, ...CBS Sports, 2 weeks ago
The Waterbury Festival Players, central Vermont's semi-professional theater company, in Waterbury Center, Vermont, present "Sight Unseen," Aug 8-23, by Donald Margulies , a 1992 Obie Award Winner. Check out the first production photos below! ...Broadway World, 1 month ago
A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit—a tribunal second only to the Supreme Court—ruled on Tuesday that the Obama administration broke the law. The panel found that President Obama spent billions of taxpayer ...Cato Institute, 1 month ago
In August 2011, the Internal Revenue Service proposed offering subsidies through health insurance Exchanges established by the federal government, even though the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act clearly and repeatedly provides those ...Cato Institute, 1 month ago Statement On D.C. Circuit's Ruling In Halbig v. Burwell Forbes.com, 1 month ago
File photo of ex-Goldman Sachs Director Rajat Gupta, who was awarded a jail term of two-years after convicted for insider trading. New York: Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc director Rajat Gupta, serving a two-year prison term, has failed to ...NDTV, 2 months ago
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