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Jacqueline Thomsen


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Past articles by Jacqueline:

Judge Faults Former SEC Enforcement Chief Over Conduct

A district judge said Alex Oh “should have known better than to impugn another attorney's character without reviewing the entire record. → Read More

What does the COVID-19 pandemic mean for the ACA lawsuit?

Legal experts say the coronavirus is certain to be raised in briefs filed in GOP officials' lawsuit against the ACA. → Read More

Senator Sued Over Stock Sales After Virus Briefing

Lawsuit alleges Burr “acted as a scofflaw in a time of national crisis by selling $1.7 million in stocks as he received private coronavirus briefings. → Read More

‘It’s Kind of a Mess’: Phone Arguments Get Rocky Debut at DC Circuit During COVID-19 Pandemic

Judge Thomas Griffith said he was locked out of arguments for five to six minutes after he got dropped from the phone conference. → Read More

DC Superior Court Shuts Down Except for ‘Absolutely Essential’ Proceedings After Marshal Tests Positive for COVID-19

The U.S. Marshals Service informed the D.C. Superior Court late Tuesday that the deputy marshal stationed at the courthouse had tested positive for coronavirus. → Read More

Predicting 3-Month Interruption Over COVID-19, Judiciary Requests $7 Million in Emergency Funds

The Judicial Conference met remotely Tuesday amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

DC Chief Judge Postpones Proceedings Until Mid-April, Trials Until May Over Coronavirus

Judge Beryl Howell wrote that the court “finds that the ends of justice served by these continuances to protect public health and safety and the fair trial rights of the defendant outweigh the best interests of the public and any defendant’s right to a speedy trial.” → Read More

4th Circuit Postpones Oral Arguments as Courts Tighten Restrictions Over Coronavirus

The circuit said it would reschedule next week’s arguments “due to concern for the safety of our communities and our employees.” → Read More

Appeals Court Eyes Feds' TV Drug Ad Price Disclosure Mandate

The Trump administration has argued that increased price transparency may help cut costs. → Read More

McCabe sues FBI, DOJ, blames Trump for his firing

Former FBI deputy director argues his firing was a politically motivated move stemming from Trump's attacks against him → Read More

Meet the House lawyer helping Democrats fight Trump

The top attorney for House Democrats is poised to play a key role in determining whether Democrats begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump. → Read More

Democrats file lawsuit to enforce subpoena against McGahn

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) filed a civil lawsuit Wednesday to enforce a subpoena for testimony from Don McGahn, after the former White House counsel initially defied lawmakers’ reques → Read More

DOJ urges court to block Dem subpoena for Trump financial records

The Department of Justice (DOJ) said in a court filing Tuesday that it believes the House Oversight and Reform Committee hasn’t provided a clear legislative purpose for subpoenaing President Trump’s records from his private accountant and that the → Read More

Trump, RNC sue to block California law requiring release of Trump tax returns

President Trump and Republican National Committee on Tuesday filed a pair of lawsuits in federal court in California, opposing a new state law that would require President Trump to release his tax returns. → Read More

Appeals court resurrects Palin's defamation lawsuit against NY Times

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday ruled that Sarah Palin can move forward with her defamation lawsuit against The New York Times, two years after a lower court judge dismissed the case. → Read More

Judge questions Barr's handling of Mueller findings

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., on Monday pressed Department of Justice (DOJ) lawyers on why the public shouldn’t be allowed to see redacted portions of former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, suggesting that he may be willing to cons → Read More

Trump judges face scrutiny over president's cases

Federal judges nominated by President Trump are facing a major public test as they handle cases that involve Trump personally or some of his most controversial policies. → Read More

Federal judge rules against Trump asylum policy

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., ruled Friday against a Trump administration policy that would only allow migrants who enter the U.S. through legal ports of entry to claim asylum. → Read More

Frustrated liberals say Democrats aren't aggressive enough on courts

Progressive groups worried the President Trump and Sen. → Read More

Judicial panel dismisses ethics complaints against Kavanaugh

A judicial panel has ruled to dismiss ethics complaints filed against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, finding that his confirmation to the court excludes him from the ethics rules in question. → Read More