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Ninth Circuit Invokes Equal Protection Clause to Strike Down California Economic Legislation
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
By David A. Schwarz, a Partner, and Michael Harbour, an Associate, with Irell & Manella LLP in its Los Angeles, CA office.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 2, 2017
California Supreme Court Clarifies Broader Application of State’s Anti-SLAPP Law
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
By Thomas R. Burke, a Partner with Davis Wright Tremaine LLP in the firm’s San Francisco, CA office. 
Legal Backgrounder, December 16, 2016
ON THE MERITS: Doe I v. Cisco Systems, Inc.
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
By John B. Bellinger, III, a Partner with Arnold & Porter LLP in its Washington, DC office and former Legal Adviser to the U.S. Department of State, and Rick Herz, Senior Litigation Attorney with EarthRights International in Washington, DC.
On the Merits, May 13, 2016
Mandated Biotech Food Labeling: A California Initiative By Lawyers And For Lawyers
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
By Anastasia Killian, Director of Policy and Outreach at Washington Legal Foundation.
Legal Backgrounder, September 7, 2012
“Voluntary” Food Marketing Limits: A Hazard To Philanthropy’s Health
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
By Cory L. Andrews, Senior Litigator at Washington Legal Foundation.
Legal Opinion Letter, October 21, 2011
Will Federal Court’s Kiobel Ruling End Second Wave Of Alien Tort Statute Suits?
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
By John B. Bellinger III, a partner with the law firm Arnold & Porter LLP and adjunct fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations. Mr. Bellinger is the immediate past Legal Adviser to the U.S. Department of State.
Legal Backgrounder, November 12, 2010
Florida Law Strikes Blow For Philanthropic Freedom
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
By Terrence Scanlon, President at the Capital Research Center (CRC) in Washington, D.C.
Counsel's Advisory, October 15, 2010
Conversations With: Threats to Philanthropic Freedom
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
Features The Honorable Dick Thornburgh, Of Counsel to the law firm K&L Gates LLP, leading a discussion with Dr. Larry P. Arnn, President of Hillsdale College; Heather R. Higgins, President and Director of the Randolph Foundation; and Adam Meyerson, President of the Philanthropy Roundtable.
Conversations With, Summer 2010
Five Threats To Philanthropic Freedom In These Recessionary Times
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
By Jeffrey Cain, president of the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation in Santa Barbara, California, and co-founder of American Philanthropic, LLC, a nonprofit and philanthropic consulting firm.
Legal Backgrounder, June 4, 2010
Crowding Out Private Money: Why A Growing Government Undercuts American Philanthropy
Topic: Countering Special Interest Activists
By Scott Walter, former Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy in the last Administration, and Sandra Swirski, co-founder of Venn Strategies and a tax attorney.
Legal Backgrounder, March 26, 2010
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