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Obama Moves to Block Drilling in Alaska

Obama Moves to Block Drilling in Alaska Summary: The Obama administration has announced a plan to protect millions of acres of land in Alaska from drilling. This week, the Obama administration is attempting to mark certain areas of Alaska as off limits to oil and natural gas…>read more

No Comment January 26, 2015

Drone Crashes onto White House Property

Drone Crashes onto White House Property Summary: An unmanned aircraft crashed onto White House grounds early Monday morning, triggering a lockdown of the property as Secret Service agents swept the area. A drone crashed onto the grounds of the White House early Monday morning, CNN reports.…>read more

No Comment January 26, 2015

New York Times Reporter Wins CIA Leak Dispute

New York Times Reporter Wins CIA Leak Dispute Summary: After three years of fighting, the government has agreed to drop reporter James Risen from their witness list in an upcoming trial. According to Bloomberg, New York Times reporter James Risen has prevailed against the federal government in a…>read more

No Comment January 13, 2015

Obama’s Immigration Measures Ruled Unconstitutional

Obama’s Immigration Measures Ruled Unconstitutional Summary: A federal court has ruled that President Obama’s recent executive order on immigration is unconstitutional. The Wall Street Journal reports that on Tuesday, a federal judge ruled that President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration was unconstitutional. The ruling…>read more

No Comment December 17, 2014

Who Will Replace Eric Holder as United States Attorney General

Who Will Replace Eric Holder as United States Attorney General Summary: As President Barack Obama formally announced the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday, he declined to name any possible successors.  When President Barack Obama formally announced the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder, he declined to provide any…>read more

No Comment September 26, 2014

Attorney Replaced in Republicans’ Lawsuit against Barack Obama

Attorney Replaced in Republicans’ Lawsuit against Barack Obama Summary: House Republicans have replaced David Rivkin of Baker & Hostetler with William Burck of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart to represent them in their lawsuit against President Obama. According to Politico.com, House Republicans have replaced the firm that was hired to…>read more

1 Comment September 22, 2014

Law License of LA Attorney Could be Suspended for Photoshopped Pics

Law License of LA Attorney Could be Suspended for Photoshopped Pics Summary: An attorney from Los Angeles, Svitlana Sangary, has been accused of photoshopping herself into hundreds of pictures with celebrities and world leaders.  An attorney from Los Angeles, Svitlana Sangary, has been accused of photoshopping herself into pictures with A-list celebrities…>read more

1 Comment September 19, 2014

President Obama Promises Action in Response to ISIS’ Beheading of Second American Journalist

President Obama Promises Action in Response to ISIS’ Beheading of Second American Journalist Summary: A second American journalist was beheaded in a video released on Tuesday by Islamic State militants. President Obama warns the group that appropriate action will be taken in response to their brutal actions. The Huffington Post reports that on…>read more

No Comment September 3, 2014

House Permits Lawsuit Against Obama to Continue

House Permits Lawsuit Against Obama to Continue On Wednesday, House lawmakers voted to authorize the filing of a lawsuit against President Barack Obama by House Speaker John Boehner. The lawsuit comes from a complaint that he stepped outside of his legal authority, which has created a possible…>read more

No Comment July 31, 2014

U.S. Government and Citigroup Settle Investigation for $7 Billion

U.S. Government and Citigroup Settle Investigation for $7 Billion It was announced on Monday that Citigroup Inc has agreed to pay $7 billion to settle the United States investigation into mortgage-backed securities, according to a report from Reuters. The mortgage-backed securities were sold in the run-up to the financial…>read more

No Comment July 14, 2014

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Professor in Financial Law (M/F)
Luxembourg-Luxembourg-Luxembourg

The University of Luxembourg is an international, multilingual research University. The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University of Luxembourg has an opening for a Professor in Fi...