Court Upholds FCC’s Changes to Media Ownership Rules
AMY HOWE

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WASHINGTON, DC — April 3, 2021 — The Supreme Court unanimously agreed on Thursday that the Federal Communications Commission could loosen restrictions on ownership of radio stations, television stations and newspapers. The justices rejected a challenge by public-interest and consumer-advocacy groups, which argued that the FCC had not adequately considered the effect that the changes would have on media ownership …

eHeziCourt Upholds FCC’s Changes to Media Ownership Rules
AMY HOWE

WMU-Cooley Law Prof. Brendan T. Beery and Fellow Law Prof. Jeff Swartz Discuss “The Constitution Today”, and “Tell Us What They Really Think”, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor Hezi Aris Tackles Education, and Yonkers City Council President Mike Khader, Esq. on Westchester On the Level – Tuesday, February 2, 2021 @ 10am EST

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Listeners Are Welcome to Participate When Staying On Topic The CALL-IN number is 347-205-9201.  Listen to this broadcast “Live” or “On Demand” via the Internet …  http://tobtr.com/s/11884672 LANSING, MI; TAMPA, FL; and YONKERS, NY —January 9, 2021 — WMU-Cooley Lansing, Michigan Law Prof. Brendan Beery and WMU-Cooley Tampa, Florida Law Prof. Jeff Swartz open the hour in discussion about “The …

eHeziWMU-Cooley Law Prof. Brendan T. Beery and Fellow Law Prof. Jeff Swartz Discuss “The Constitution Today”, and “Tell Us What They Really Think”, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor Hezi Aris Tackles Education, and Yonkers City Council President Mike Khader, Esq. on Westchester On the Level – Tuesday, February 2, 2021 @ 10am EST

Case Preview: The $124 Billion Questions – Justices to Hear Argument in Dispute Over Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Shareholder Suit

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WASHINGTON, DC — December 9, 2020 — The Supreme Court in June ruled in Seila Law v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that statutory restrictions on the president’s ability to remove the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau violated the Constitution’s separation of powers. On Wednesday, the court will consider whether a different set of restrictions, governing the removal of the …

eHeziCase Preview: The $124 Billion Questions – Justices to Hear Argument in Dispute Over Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Shareholder Suit

Opinion Analysis: Presence of In-state Beneficiaries Alone Insufficient for State to Assert Jurisdiction to Tax Trust Income
By ERIN SCHARF

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — June 22, 2019 — In a unanimous opinion, the Supreme Court on Friday, June 21, 2019,  held that North Carolina’s efforts to tax the income of a trust based on the trust beneficiary’s residence in the state violated the Constitution’s due process clause. The case arose when North Carolina attempted to tax the income earned by the …

eHeziOpinion Analysis: Presence of In-state Beneficiaries Alone Insufficient for State to Assert Jurisdiction to Tax Trust Income
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Kavanaugh on Net Neutrality: U.S. Telecom Association v. Federal Communications Commission

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One of the opinions from current Supreme Court nominee and D.C. Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh that has garnered significant attention is his 2017 dissent from the denial of rehearing en banc in the net-neutrality case, U.S. Telecom Association v. Federal Communications Commission. A majority of the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit declined to reconsider …

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