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One week after the U.S. Supreme Court opened oral arguments in the federal challenge to the federal health care law, President Barack Obama expressed confidence that the law would be upheld. Striking the law down, the president warned, would be an act of judicial activism.
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Voters on Tuesday ousted three judicial appointees of Gov. Scott Walker, but also elected four others initially chosen to serve by the Republican last year.Read More »
Jailhouse strip searches of inmates arrested for non-indictable offenses are constitutional as long as the policy for conducting such searches strikes a reasonable balance between inmate privacy and the needs of the institutions, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled.Read More »
Before Mark Fogarty went to law school, he worked in accounting and finance at Kimberly-Clark Corp., Neenah. Although he spent a few years in private practice after graduation from Georgetown Law, Fogarty soon found his way back into the business world, working as in-house counsel at Menasha Corp. from 1994-97, then senior and international counsel at Kimberly-Clark.Read More »