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November 20, 2017, Automotive News

John Veroneau participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Washington International Trade Association and is quoted in this Automotive News article regarding the future of NAFTA. Veroneau suggested that President Trump might put the ball in Congress' court, as he did with the Iran nuclear deal. Such a move would be a political act without any real statutory ...

Pro bono: Never enough

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November 20, 2017, The Law Society Gazette

Helena Milner-Smith and Morag Peberdy participated in a roundtable hosted by The Law Society Gazette to discuss the importance of pro bono work. According to Milner-Smith, clients previously receiving poor paid-for advice is a major problem in immigration cases. Commenting on a briefing she received before working on her first immigration case, Milner-Smith ...

November 17, 2017, NPR

Robert Kelner is quoted in an NPR article regarding enforcement of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA). According to Kelner, the cases that have been prosecuted "usually are prosecuted because they involve something other than a FARA violation occurring at the same time." He adds, "The statute itself is extremely vague: It contains a number of terms that ...

November 16, 2017

WASHINGTON—The Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) has awarded Covington a perfect score of 100 percent for the tenth consecutive year on its Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices pertinent to LGBT+ workplace equality. Covington is among 609 major U.S. businesses that earned a perfect ...

November 16, 2017, Politico

John Veroneau participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Washington International Trade Association and is quoted in this Politico article discussing whether President Trump has authority to abolish NAFTA. According to Veroneau, the Constitution clearly gives Congress jurisdiction over tariffs, even if the White House shares some powers on trade, so Trump ...