- Federalizing Fiduciary Duties Through Shareholder Lawsuits: Three Reasons For Court Scrutiny
By William G. Lawlor and Michael L. Kichline, partners with the law firm Dechert LLP, and Michael J. Newman, an associate with Dechert LLP.
- Stock-Option Backdating Cases Reflect Costs Of Overcriminalization
By Sarah Hody, a summer associate at the law firm Fiore & Levine, PLLC in Arlington, Virginia, and Martin Kwedar, a public interest lawyer in Arlington, Virginia.
- Two Rulings Reflect Judicial Frustration With Federal Discovery Rules
By R. Ben Sperry, a 2010 summer fellow with Washington Legal Foundation and a law student at George Mason University Law School where he is a candidate member of the George Mason Law Review.
- United States v. Arizona
On July 20, 2010, WLF filed a brief in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, urging it to reject the Obama Administration’s challenge to the new Arizona law that addresses the state’s illegal alien problem.