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Coronavirus Litigation: The Week In Review

Coronavirus Litigation: The Week In Review

A D.C. federal judge has vacated the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's nationwide eviction ban, Pfizer and BioNTech must face claims they poached research technology while testing their COVID-19 vaccine, and Kentucky's attorney general has a green...

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Coronavirus Litigation: The Week In Review

Supreme Court Rolls Back FTC Restitution Power

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday gutted the Federal Trade Commission's power to seek federal court orders forcing bad marketplace actors to pay restitution, shutting down a critical tool the FTC uses to recover money from scammers and antitrust violators. In a...

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The History of Court-Packing

The History of Court-Packing

NCLA's Senior Litigation Counsel John Vecchione joins the "Thom Hartmann Program" on SiriusXM Progress 127 to debate the recent proposals to change the number of Supreme Court Justices and the history of court-packing. Key points: • For 150 years, we have had nine...

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Coronavirus Litigation: The Week In Review

Lawsuits Threaten Future Of CDC Eviction Moratorium

The wave of litigation challenging the eviction moratorium issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is resulting in disparate rulings across the country, prompting divergent applications and casting uncertainty on the moratorium's future. The...

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Commission on Court-Packing

Commission on Court-Packing

NCLA's Executive Director and General Counsel Mark Chenoweth joins "The Drew Mariani Show" to discuss President Biden's executive order that has created a commission to report on possible changes to the Supreme Court's membership, jurisdiction and lifetime terms. Key...

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