December 21, 2018 | New York Law Journal
Jason P.W. Halperin, a Member and former federal prosecutor in the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, authored this New York Law Journal column addresses New York State’s voter registration process and possible improvements for the future to increase turnout.
December 20, 2018 | Law360
Member and Founding Chair of Mintz’s Immigration Practice Susan Cohen is quoted in this Law360 feature article providing commentary on the D.C. federal court’s recent ruling overturning a Trump administration policy barring those fleeing domestic or gang violence from obtaining asylum.
In this year-end piece, the editorial team at Lawyers Weekly highlights some (and gives thanks for) local pro bono efforts. The first matter highlighted is one that involved two Mintz attorneys – Lavinia Weizel and Kerime Akoglu – who helped a pregnant mother facing eviction and likely homelessness. The matter was brought to Lavinia and Kerime though a volunteer attorney at the Civil Appeals Clinic, which is run by the Volunteer Lawyers Project.
The final word on the ACA's fate is years away, legal analysts say. But it could get messy in the meantime
December 20, 2018 | FierceHealthcare
This feature article discusses the potential constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and how we could not know the final verdict for years to come. ML Strategies Vice President Rodney Whitlock, a veteran health care policy advisor in Washington, provides commentary in the piece.