The Federalist Society

Past Events


Patent Reform

St. Thomas-MN Student Chapter

April 16, 2014

Speaker:

  • Julie Samuels, Electric Frontier Foundation



The Impact of Environmental and Energy Regulations on Oil & Gas Law

Texas Tech Student Chapter

April 16, 2014

Speaker:

  • Cottie Miles, Martin & Drought, P.C.



From Obamacare to Cat Care: Is There Anything the Feds Can't Do?

The Baltimore Lawyers Chapter

April 15, 2014

Speaker:

  • Clark Neily, Senior Attorney at the Institute for Justice



Entrepreneurship and the Law

Utah Student Chapter

April 15, 2014

Speakers:

  • Sean O'Hare, Right Energies Management, LLC
  • TBA



Patent Reform

Minnesota Student Chapter

April 15, 2014

Speakers:

  • Julie Samuels, Electric Frontier Foundation
  • TBA



The Legal Implications of Perry and Windsor

NYU Student Chapter

April 15, 2014

Speakers:

  • Ryan Anderson, Heritage Foundation
  • Professor Kenji Yoshino, NYU Law



Gay Marriage: A Debate

Creighton Student Chapter

April 15, 2014

Speakers:

  • Professor Ken Klukowski, Liberty Law
  • TBA



Halbig v. Sebelius - The Next Threat to Obamacare?

Administrative Law & Regulation Practice Group Podcast

April 15, 2014

The authors of the PPACA envisioned a system in which state governments would establish health insurance exchanges in which individuals could shop for health coverage and receive tax credits and subsidies for the purchase of qualifying health plans. After the law was passed, however, a majority of states refused to set up their own exchanges, leaving the task to the federal government. The IRS subsequently issued a rule purporting to authorize tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies in both state and federal exchanges. In Halbig v. Sebelius and three other cases pending in federal court, plaintiffs challenge the authority of the IRS to grant tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies in federal exchanges. These suits will help clarify the limits of agency authority to implement the PPACA and, if successful, these suits could have a significant impact on the implementation of the PPACA.

Featuring:

  • Prof. Jonathan Adler, Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law, Case Western Reserve University School of Law
  • Prof. Nicholas Bagley, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School



Moot Court: Lane v. Franks

Harvard Student Chapter

April 15, 2014

Speaker:

  • Teijinder Singh, Goldstein Russell



What Does It Mean to be an Entrepreneur? Why Risk-Taking and the Law Work Side by Side

Southern California Student Chapter

April 14, 2014

Speakers:

  • Sean O'Hare, Right Energies Management, LLC
  • TBA




Total Records: 6465


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