Join me as I liveblog today's oral argument in International Refugee Assistance Project v. Trump, which the Fourth Circuit is hearing en banc at 2:30 pm—you can follow along under the C-SPAN livestream embedded below.
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Rumors had it that the Cybersecurity EO was contingent on resolving how to deal with IT technology development and innovation. Now that the innovation Executive Order is public, a revised Cyber EO is circulating. Here is the copy I received:
The press has gotten increasingly deliberate about calling out the Trump administration’s falsehoods, deploying “muscular” headlines ("Meeting With Top Lawmakers, Trump Repeats an Election Lie") and pithy chyrons (“Hitler Gassed Millions”) to dispel public confusio
On March 6, 2017, President Trump issued a new executive order on immigration that superseded an order he signed on January 27.
In Part I of this series, I discussed three critical errors in the Ninth Circuit’s decision in Washington v. Trump. First, the court grossly erred by treating a temporary restraining order—that contained no reasoning—as a preliminary injunction.
(This is the first part in a two-part series. Part II will be published tomorrow).
Mostly lost in the discussions about the courts’ blockage of President Trump’s Executive Order on immigration (EO) is that the trial judges simply granted a “Temporary Restraining Order” (TRO). A TRO doesn’t decide the substantive issues in a case but keeps the status quo intact until the court can examine those issues carefully.
Last week, U.S. District Judge James Robart (a George W. Bush appointee) sent President Trump into a Twitter tizzy by issuing a temporary restraining order (TRO) enjoining the enforcement of Trump’s immigration executive order.
In a per curiam decision, the Ninth Circuit has denied the Trump administration’s request for a stay of the temporary restraining order (TRO) enjoining the enforcement of Executive Order 13769 while its appeal is pending. The panel (Circuit Judges William C. Canby, Richard R. Clifton, and Michelle T.
The indispensable Charlie Savage has just posted the latest iteration of the Trump Administration’s planned Executive Order on detention issues, along with an article placing that draft in context (including helpful insights from Jack Goldsmith and Ryan Goodman).