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Laurie Levenson, Evan Lee, Clara J. Altman
October 5, 2023

Criminal Law. Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act. Immigration and Nationality Act. Experts discuss the Supreme Court’s analysis of important criminal law cases. In Turkiye Halk Bankasi v. United States, the Court considers the application of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act to criminal cases, and whether immunity can be found in common law. In Pugin v. Garland, the Court defines “relating to obstruction of justice” in the context of removal under the Immigration and Nationality Act.

James D. Garbolino
February 17, 2023

Grave Risk | Domestic Violence | Effect of Asylum Grant | Zone of War or Famine | Inability of Local Courts to Fairly Adjudicate Custody Case

James D. Garbolino
November 16, 2022

Objection of the Child | Manner of Hearing | Wishes vs. Objections | Immigration Status and Settlement

James D. Garbolino
February 16, 2021

Custody Rights | Grandparent’s Custody Rights | Ne Exeat | Immigration Status | Grave Risk

Erwin Chemerinsky, Evan Lee, Elizabeth C. Wiggins
December 14, 2020

Immigration. Experts analyze what the Executive must do to properly rescind DACA, and when Due Process rights attach to immigrants that have crossed the U.S. border.

Erwin Chemerinsky, Laurie Levenson, Elizabeth C. Wiggins
October 7, 2020

Sex Discrimination under Title VII. Watch discussion about how the expanded definition of sex to include sexual orientation and identity will impact future litigation. 

James D. Garbolino
May 5, 2020

Defenses | Settlement and Immigration Status | Grave Risk | Motions for New Trial

John S. Cooke, James A. Chance, Elizabeth C. Wiggins, Erwin Chemerinsky, Laurie Levenson, Suzanna Sherry, Anne Fleming
July 9, 2018

Some of the nation’s top legal scholars discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2017–2018 term and analyze the decisions that are most likely to affect the work of federal judges.

James D. Garbolino
April 20, 2017

Delay Defense | Settlement | Immigration Status

This is a case of first impression in the Fifth Circuit, addressing the meaning of the term settled in the context of a delay defense.


James D. Garbolino
April 18, 2017

Settlement | Immigration Status | Return Despite Existing Defense


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