Deluged by discrimination complaints against U.S. colleges, the Education Department is taking years to resolve cases involving alleged sexual assault at Harvard Law School and Princeton University, and lawmakers are questioning the agency’s ability to enforce its own rules.
Confused by the Supreme Court’s ruling on carbon emissions? It’s understandable. Monday’s decision interpreted highly technical regulatory provisions and produced a splintered vote. Scholars, advocates, and pundits emphasized contrasting themes.
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP said Gentry Sayad joined the firm’s Shanghai office as a partner and co-chairman of the Asia practice. Sayad, who was previously the managing partner of the Shanghai office of Fredrikson & Byron LLP, will be a member of the mergers and acquisitions and securities team.
Jacob E. Gersen, a professor at Harvard Law School and director of the food law lab at Petrie- Flom, discusses the Supreme Court’s ruling that Coca-Cola Co. can be sued by a rival over accusations that it deceived consumers about the amount of pomegranate juice in one of its beverages. Alina Das, associate professor of clinical law at New York University School of Law, discusses the Supreme Court’s recent ruling that most immigrant children who waited for years with their parents to obtain visas, have to go to the back of the line when they turn 21. They talk with June Grasso and Mark Mills on Bloomberg Radio’s “Bloomberg Law.”